https://www.supremecourt.gov/docket/docketfiles/html/public/18-280.html (Supreme Court docket #18-280)
Both links above have links to all briefing in the case.
New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. City of New York, New York
I should note that Paul Clement is lead counsel for the Plaintiffs/Petitioners in this case.
Issue : Whether New York City’s ban on transporting a licensed, locked and unloaded handgun to a home or shooting range outside city limits is consistent with the Second Amendment, the commerce clause and the constitutional right to travel.
I believe there is zero doubt that the Supreme Court will strike down New York City’s draconian and ultra-retarded statute.
It will be the fine details of the Supreme Court’s opinion that will be of critical importance going forward, particularly as this is the first major gun case the Supreme Court has taken in a decade. The reason the Supreme Court has punted for the last decade may be very simple. The conservative justices were doubtful of Justice Kennedy’s commitment to the Second Amendment. With him gone and a Second Amendment supporter in place, they likely feel that now is the time to act.
I believe that the Supreme Court should make the firm statement that both the right to KEEP arms and the right to BEAR arms are core Constitutional rights. And as such, any statute that affects them MUST be considered under strict scrutiny. And the language of the Supreme Court must be clear and concise, informing the lower courts that they will not tolerate consideration of Second Amendment cases under a lower standard of scrutiny.
The Supreme Court has a chance to greatly solidify the protection of the Second Amendment, by decisively instructing the lower courts as to the required level of scrutiny.