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SCOTUS to Hear Cases on Limits of Mail and Wire Fraud Statutes

Federal courts long have struggled to define the limits of the mail and wire fraud statutes, laws famously characterized as the prosecutor’s true love for their vast breadth and catch-all adaptability. After sidestepping opportunities in the past, the U.S. Supreme Court is now wading into two different and controversial manifestations of that flexibility.

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Federal courts long have struggled to define the limits of the mail and wire fraud statutes, laws famously characterized as the prosecutor’s true love for their vast breadth and catch-all adaptability. After sidestepping opportunities in the past, the U.S. Supreme Court is now wading into two different and controversial manifestations of that flexibility.

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