USSC rejects gun case for non-violent felons
3 cases of non-violent felons were joined in federal court, as they were in the same district and arguing the same thing.
They argued that being non-violent felons does not mean they should be denied the right to gun ownership.
In 2008, the USSC ruled in “District of Columbia v. Heller.” in a 5-4 decision said that a blanket ban on gun ownership is unconstitutional. As part of the ruling, the USSC said that it is constitutional to have certain limited restrictions on who can't own guns.