The Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled against a man who argued his Second Amendment rights outweighed a state law barring people from using a gun while intoxicated. The court upheld Mitchell Christen’s conviction Tuesday. His attorney had argued the Wisconsin law was unconstitutional as it was applied to his case. On a six-to-one vote, the state’s high court upheld a state appeals court ruling rejecting his constitutional claim. Justice Rebecca Bradley was the lone vote. She said the courts’ rulings erode a fundamental freedom.