The short argument for the jury and the public

Either the courts say and should say that 1) suppresssion of a constitutional right such as the right to bear a weapon is an injury that creates standing to sue in federal court, or 2) the decisions of the federal courts on standing are inconsistent and arbitrary, unjust and contrary to the Constitution itself as indicated in Article III and federalist 78.  If the federal courts arbitrarily grant standing to some who have constitutional rights denied to them and they have not been arrested or charged, and deny standing to others, that is arbitrary.  Moreover, according to Article III of the Constitution and federalist 78, the federal courts should be hearing such controversies.

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