Up Next At High Court: Puerto Rican Debt Crisis, DC Sniper
Law360, Washington (October 11, 2019, 8:59 PM EDT) -- The Puerto Rican debt crisis and the D.C. sniper shootings are among the cases that will come before the U.S. Supreme Court this week. As the justices sit for the second week of oral arguments of the term, they will grapple with the scope of the Constitution's appointments clause and their own juvenile sentencing rulings.
After the Columbus Day holiday, the week begins Tuesday with 80 minutes of oral arguments in five consolidated cases asking whether Puerto Rico's bankruptcy board is unconstitutionally structured. Then on Wednesday, the justices will turn to a case at the intersection of immigration law and federalism, before considering...
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