Curtis Bradley Speaks About Turkish Bank Case Before SCOTUS on ‘Cases and Controversies’ Podcast

Criminal Prosecution of Turkish Bank Divides Justices

The US government’s criminal prosecution of a Turkish-owned bank stumped Supreme Court justices who were torn at argument between potentiality harmful implications for foreign affairs and executive branch authority in that area.

University of Chicago law professor Curtis Bradley joins Bloomberg Law’s “Cases and Controversies” podcast to discuss outcomes available to the justices, including one that could entangle courts for years in efforts to keep the US out of what Bradley called foreign relations hot water.

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