The Supreme Court upheld an Illinois law that prohibited parading with arms by any groups other than the organized militia.
After Herman Presser was convicted for leading a parade of armed members of a fraternal organization, he asserted that the law violated the rights protected by the Second and Fourteenth Amendments. Writing for a unanimous Supreme Court, Justice William B. Woods
In Presser v. Illinois, Justice William B. Woods argued that the Second Amendment applied to the federal government and not to the states.
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