Mobile Phone Case Tops High Court Criminal Docket

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A relatively calm U.S. Supreme Court term will soon give way to what court watchers say could be a stormy one when the justices take the bench October 2. Among the pivotal criminal law issues in the 2017 term are the balance between surveillance and privacy in the mobile phone era, the treatment of immigrants who break the nation’s laws, and whether death-row inmates can challenge legal errors they claim are grave enough to save them, 

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