Chuck Michel, California civil rights attorney for the NRA and the California Rifle & Pistol Association (CRPA), talks to John Popp and Cameron Gray about the latest developments in Nordyke v. County of Alameda, a case challenging a firearms ban on county property that has been in play since 1999. Following the US Supreme Court's decision in favor of the incorporation of the individual right to bear arms in McDonald v. City of Chicago, Nordyke has been sent back to a three-judge panel within the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. The court will now examine the standard of review to be applied and has received amicus curiae briefs from groups including the NRA and CRPA on this issue. Michel gives some background on the origins of the case and explains the concepts of incorporation and standard of review. Originally aired 8/18/2010.