BYLINE: By MARYLINE JONESKELAN | MARCH 06, 2020 11:04:51The U.S. Supreme Court has issued an opinion that will allow some gun owners to keep their firearms and ammunition in their homes for protection, but it’s unlikely that Missouri will follow suit.
Lawmakers have argued that the law is a blanket ban on firearms and that the courts should not be asked to decide whether it is unconstitutional.
But a judge has ordered a trial to determine if the law violates the Second Amendment of the U.K.’s constitution, which guarantees the right to bear arms.
If the case goes to trial, the state would face an uphill battle to prevail.
The Missouri Supreme Court, in the first of a series of rulings in cases that could take years to complete, ruled in favor of the law last month.
The U-K.’ed amendment prohibits the government from depriving a person of life, liberty or property without due process of law.
Its passage in England in 1688 created a series and subsequent amendments to the U-k.
A separate federal law was passed in the early 1900s to protect Americans from armed attacks.
The Missouri law, however, states that people can keep guns and ammunition if they meet certain criteria, such as having a valid permit or owning a gun.
The ruling by Justice Mary Lou Marrs, who will hear oral arguments on Monday, does not make it clear whether a court would rule in favor or against the law.
The law is similar to laws passed in many other states.
It allows some residents to keep guns but does not define a “valid” permit or a “gun owner.”
The state argued that while the courts may have to decide the legality of the measure, the court should not consider the constitutionality of the statute.
The law applies to gun owners, but not to those with concealed-carry permits, those who are not allowed to carry concealed weapons but are able to handle them and those who have a valid concealed-weapons permit.
The court ruled that a person who is not prohibited from possessing a gun can keep it in a locked container in their home.
The court did not make clear what kind of container is considered a locked box.
In addition, the decision states that a gun owner can be issued a concealed-weapon permit, which allows them to carry a concealed weapon and to conceal it in their house, but does nothing to define what kind or size container a concealed gun is.
The gun-rights group the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence has challenged the law in court, saying it is an overbroad ban on carrying a gun in public.