Most people watch gun-related court cases in states other than their own with more curiosity than anything else. After all, it’s not like those cases really matter to us all that much.
However, what happens in one state can inform jurists in another state how to both pursue a case and even potentially how to rule on such a case. While state laws and constitutions are different, those differences are often more cosmetic–slightly different phrasing to reach the same point–than substantial.
A court case in Ohio is one that, if it gets followed in other states, may have significant ramifications for many of us.