The Supreme Court of the United States decided one case this morning:
Wilson v. Corcoran, No. 10-91: In a federal habeas proceeding following a state court conviction, a federal court of appeals held that the state supreme court had made an "unreasonable determination of the facts" and granted habeas relief. But it did not find any violation of federal law had occurred. In a unanimous per curiam decision, the Supreme Court reversed the federal habeas ruling, reiterating that "it is only noncompliance with federal law that renders a State’s criminal judgment susceptible to collateral attack in the federal courts."
For the Court's opinion, click here.