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Afternoon Briefs: Lawyer accused of laundering money from spy; Justice Barrett lists dwelling for almost $900Ok


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Lawyer is charged with laundering money for spy

Prominent Dallas lawyer Rayshun “Ray” Jackson of the Jackson Law Firm has been charged with laundering cash acquired from an spy who mentioned the cash got here from drug trafficking. Jackson allegedly urged organizing a shell company and a money enterprise like a coin laundry or automobile wash that will make it tough to trace proceeds, prosecutors alleged. He allegedly negotiated a 4% payment, plus a bonus. Jackson, a felony protection lawyer, was an assistant secretary on the Dallas Area Rapid Transit board. (The Dallas Morning News, U.S. Department of Justice press release)

Justice Barrett lists Indiana dwelling for over $899Ok

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett and her husband listed their South Bend, Indiana, dwelling for $899,900 March 31. About two weeks later, the Barretts had a pending provide from a University of Notre Dame professor. Barrett’s husband, Jesse Barrett, informed the Chicago Tribune that the household unit is shopping for a brand new place within the Washington, D.C., space, and it’s “to be determined” whether or not they are going to preserve one other South Bend residence. (The Chicago Tribune through How Appealing)

This Supreme Court justice is the best, SCOTUSblog readers say

Former U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren was the best justice of all time, in keeping with readers who voted in SCOTUSblog’s March insanity brackets. The event began with a “Supreme 16” of preliminary matchups, with present justices excluded. Warren, the writer of Brown v. Board of Education, was pitted towards former Chief Justice John Marshall within the ultimate spherical. Marshall wrote Marbury v. Madison, the case that established the excessive court docket’s energy of judicial evaluate. (SCOTUSblog tweet through Original Jurisdiction, SCOTUSblog)

Epstein sufferer can’t sue over nonprosecution deal

The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals at Atlanta has dominated en banc {that a} sufferer of convicted sex offender and multimillionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein can’t sue federal prosecutors under the Crime Victims’ Rights Act for secretly negotiating a nonprosecution agreement. The sufferer alleged violation of her proper to check with and be treated pretty by authorities legal professionals. Paul Cassell and Brad Edwards, legal professionals for the sufferer, plan to hunt U.S. Supreme Court evaluate. (The Volokh Conspiracy and Courthouse News Service through How Appealing and Original Jurisdiction, Law360, the 11th Circuit Court’s April 15 decision)


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