The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear next fall significant challenges to how workers prove class action damages and how three-judge courts are formed to consider redistricting lawsuits.

The justices said they would decide next term whether the government’s seizure or restraint of criminal defendants’ property before trial—including untainted assets they need to hire an attorney—violates the Sixth Amendment.

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