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The Supreme Court ruled that people facing SEC fraud suits have the right to a jury trial, rather than an in-house adjudication process.

Supreme Court rules to limit SEC enforcement tool

The Supreme Court today ruled that people facing SEC fraud suits have the right to a jury trial, rather than an in-house adjudication process.

The 6-3 decision is the latest check from the conservative-dominated court on federal regulators and limits the SEC’s options for pursuing securities fraud cases.

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