After a few days of a barren bench issuing no decisions of note, today we were graced with a handful. We're so excited by the ending of the drought, that today, we're giving you a double dose of Second Circuit fun: felons with firearms and insurance company windfalls.
Second Circuit Talks Second Amendment - For Felons
A felon is caught with both body armor and firearms. This is obviously a problem. Yet, Gary Bogle argued, with a straight face, that the Supreme Court's recent jurisprudence in the Second Amendment arena, namely District of Columbia v. Heller and McDonald v. City of Chicago developed a more expansive interpretation of the Amendment and by extension, gave the right to firearm possession back to felons.