Re: The Second Amendment---Broken down
US v Miller is an interesting display of misinterpretation. What the Court said was that they could not rule on whether the weapon was in common use in the military because NO EVIDENCE HAD BEEN PRESENTED by the defendant, Miller, who was dead at the time. The Court cannot rule on what was not presented and cannot rule on points that are not before the Court.
If you go to court to defend yourself on a traffic violation, don't complain that the Court didn't find Nixon innocent during your trial.