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October 15, 2007

Supreme Court taking in some laundry

Though not technically a sentencing case, the Supreme Court's decision today to grant cert to explore what it means to "launder" money in Cuellar v. US (06-1456) certainly could have lots of sentencing ripples.  Moreover, it provides more evidence that this Term of the Roberts Court may create its biggest headline through its work on its criminal docket.

Some recent related posts about the SCOTUS docket:

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