What To Look For In White Collar Cases This High Court Term

Law360 (October 3, 2019, 3:09 PM EDT) -- Some of the most notable cases from the U.S. Supreme Court's October 2018 term were those that involved criminal law issues, such as Gamble v. United States,[1] in which the court by a vote of 7-2 (with strange bedfellows Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Neil Gorsuch in dissent) upheld the "dual-sovereignty doctrine," and Flowers v. Mississippi,[2] in which Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote for a seven-justice majority (with Justices Clarence Thomas and Gorsuch in dissent) to reverse a defendant's conviction based on discrimination in jury selection.

As these cases show, one of the reasons that the court's criminal law docket is fascinating...

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