New Hampshire and New Jersey firearms attorney Evan Nappen talks to Cam Edwards about recent legal victories for Second Amendment rights. In New Hampshire, Nappen was representing a man on a gun charge that was thrown out, but police insisted on running a National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) check before returning the man's confiscated firearms. Nappen appealed the illegal use of NICS checks and was able to get the state to order their suspension. And in New Jersey, he won a motion to suppress illegally obtained evidence when it was established that the judge who authorized a search warrant on a gun collector's property had no authority to do so. Nappen says that police in this case were "judge shopping" in order to get a warrant.