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

October 7, 2019

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.

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