This one should bring back some memories of the 2010 McDonald v. City of Chicago ruling that overturned Chicago's ban on handgun possession and made it clear that the 2nd amendment applies to the states.
The Second Amendment Foundation just won a federal case in the Northern Mariana Islands (U.S. territory). The district judge ruled yesterday in Radich v. Guerrero (original topic archived) that the statutory ban on handgun possession was unconstitutional.
Good summary here:
The Marianas fall under the jurisdiction of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
The Radich couple was represented by Attorney David Sigale who (among other 2A successes) litigated the McDonald case. He also represents the plaintiffs in one of Illinois' non-resident concealed carry ban cases, Culp v. Madigan.
Edited by kwc, 28 March 2016 - 02:55 PM.