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This commentary previews an upcoming Supreme Court case, Kaley v. United States, in which the Court may decide whether a defendant who needs potentially forfeitable assets to retain counsel of choice is entitled, under the Due Process Clause, to a hearing to challenge the grand jury's finding of probable cause.
Adam J. Fine, Kaley v. United States: The Right to Counsel of Choice Caught in the Wide Net of Asset Forfeiture, 9 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy Sidebar 59-82 (2014)