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Supreme Court Wary of Double Jeopardy Claim

Wall Street Journal Thursday, 6 December 2018
Supreme Court Wary of Double Jeopardy ClaimThe Supreme Court appeared ready to affirm the power of federal and state authorities to separately try an individual for the same acts, despite a spirited argument that such successive prosecutions violate the Constitution’s protection from twice being tried for the same offense.
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