On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that could have major implications for gun control laws across the country.

The case, United States v. Rahimi, deals with the right to bear arms after a domestic violence restraining order has been issued. The case comes after the ruling in the Bruen case, which altered how gun statutes are evaluated.

Robert Spitzer, distinguished service professor emeritus of political science at SUNY Cortland, joined Capital Tonight to break down the case, what we can learn from the justices' questions and the potential implications.