The New York Times profiles Robert Levy, the legal eagle behind the D.C. v. Heller Supreme Court case this season regarding D.C.'s ban on private handgun ownership that might settle (or possibly kill off) the Second Amendment question once and for all. The story discusses the catch-22 he faced in finding plaintiffs with standing, and how some of the leading Usual Suspects in the gun rights fight, like the National Rifle Association, didn't want him to rock the boat.

Previous Heller blogging with many useful links on the case's background, which began as Parker v. D.C.