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TODAY AT THE COURT

At 10 a.m., the court will hear oral argument in Greer v. United States (tune in live here), followed by United States v. Gary (tune in live here).

CASE PREVIEW

Pondering the aftermath of a landmark ruling in felon-in-possession cases

By  on April 19 at 11:46 a.m.

The justices on Tuesday will hear argument in two cases on the practical impact of a 2019 criminal-law ruling that held that, to be convicted for possessing a firearm after a prior felony, defendants must know of their status as felons.

 

SCOTUS NEWS

Justices add confrontation-clause case to next term’s docket

By  on April 19 at 12:04 p.m.

In a Monday order list, the court granted oral argument in a case about what evidence a criminal defendant may be “confonted” with at trial under the Sixth Amendment.

CASE PREVIEW

Dispute over whether tens of thousands of U.S. residents can get green cards

By  on April 16 at 1:14 p.m.

The court will weigh whether some people granted humanitarian relief from deportation can receive green cards without leaving the country.

CASE PREVIEW

A multimillion-dollar question for Alaska Native tribes

By on April 16 at 8:18 p.m.

A dispute over the definition of “tribes” will decide whether Alaska Native corporations are eligible for COVID-19 relief funds.

PETITIONS OF THE WEEK

Medicaid, Medicare and House representation for the District of Columbia

By on April 16 at 5:20 p.m.

A weekly look at new and notable petitions seeking Supreme Court review. This week: health care financing fights and D.C. voting rights.

SCOTUStalk

Katie Barlow and Amy Howe talk the latest court news: two arguments on the right to protect private property from entry or searches, a major Fourth Amendment decision, and a perfectly timed argument on collegiate athletics.