The Supreme Court of the United States granted review in two cases this morning:

Sackett v. EPA, No. 10-1062: May petitioners seek pre-enforcement judicial review of the administrative compliance order pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U. S. C. §704? If not, does petitioners’ inability to seek pre-enforcement judicial review of the administrative compliance order violate their rights under the Due Process Clause?

Williams v. Illinois, No. 10-8505: Where the testimony of an Illinois State Police forensic analyst relied upon a DNA report prepared by a nontestifying third-party analyst, did this testimony constitute hearsay presented for the truth of the matter asserted and violate the defendant’s Sixth Amendment Confrontation Clause right?

These grants are likely to be the last until the Court reconvenes at the end of its summer recess in late September.