United States v. Miller, 307 U.S. 174 (1939), was a Supreme Court case that involved a Second Amendment challenge to the National Firearms Act of 1934 ...
United States v. Miller ... 307 US 174 (1939) ... An Arkansas federal district court charged Jack Miller and Frank Layton with violating the National Firearms Act of ...
Only weapons that have a reasonable relationship to the effectiveness of a well- regulated militia under the Second Amendment are free from government ...
2008]. The Peculiar Story of U.S. v. Miller. 49 shotgun, so the police arrested them for violating the ... Seventy years later, Miller remains the only Supreme Court.
307 U.S. 174. United States v. Miller (No. 696). Argued: March 30, 1939. Decided : May 15, 1939. 26 F.Supp. 1002, reversed. Syllabus; Opinion, Mcreynolds.
U.S. courts must rule on the evidence actually presented ♢ Everything must be proved, except very obvious facts ♢ in deciding U.S. v. Miller the Court only ...
Shmoop: United States v. Miller, US government study guide. United States v. Miller analysis by PhD and Masters students from Stanford, Harvard, Berkeley.
Case opinion for US 2nd Circuit UNITED STATES v. MILLER. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.
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