5th Circuit: seizure of firearm not a 2A violation
Houston v. New Orleans, filed yesterday. Plaintiff was arrested on unspecified charges, and his Glock was seized and kept after the charges were dismissed. (He was re-arrested, with charges again dropped, after he filed this suit).
The 5th Circuit holds that there is no due process problem, since Louisiana law has a procedure for seeking return of seized property, and no right to arms problem, since the right to arms covers arms in general and not this one specific firearm.
Hat tip to reader Charles Oldfield...