The Supreme Court handed down two opinions today.

(43) Corley v. United States
Docket Filing | Questions Presented
Case Number: 07-10441
On Appeal From: USCA-3
Date Argued: January 21, 2009
Date Decided: April 6, 2009
5-4; Vacated and Remanded
Majority: Souter(m), Stevens, Kennedy, Ginsburg, Breyer
Dissent: Alito(d), Roberts, Scalia, Thomas
Days between argument and opinion: 75
(42) United States v. Navajo Nation
Docket Filing | Questions Presented
Case Number: 07-1410
On Appeal From: USCA-FC
Date Argued: February 23, 2009
Date Decided: April 6, 2009
9-0; Reversed and Remanded
Majority: Scalia(m), Roberts, Stevens, Kennedy, Souter(c), Thomas, Ginsburg, Breyer, Alito
Days between argument and opinion: 42


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