Did government go overboard in prosecuting fisherman? Justices hear case of John Yates and the missing grouper + 3 other articles

The Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared sympathetic to a Florida fisherman who says the government went overboard in prosecuting him for throwing undersized grouper off his boat. “What kind of a mad prosecutor would try to send this guy up for 20 years,” Scalia asked Justice Department attorney Roman Martinez. “You make him sound like a mob boss or something,” Chief Justice John Roberts said as laughter erupted in the court. Read the rest here 14:08 – Enron Meets Red Grouper as High Court Mulls Evidence Case Read the rest hereJustices seeing red over case of missing grouper Read the rest here – U.S. justices leaning toward letting fisherman off the hook Read the rest here