Originally Posted by Al Norris
On 12-22-2010, in Heller II, the appellants(Heller) filed their supplemental brief. From a reading, it appears the case may be decided on statutory grounds instead of constitutional grounds. If it is, it will not do any good as a cite in other cases.
The appellees' brief in Heller v. D.C. certainly tries very hard to refute statutory grounds for deciding the case. We should probably hope that they prevail to that extent and the case is decided on constitutional grounds.