The lone CA3 case pending before the Supreme Court is term is proving to a stumper.
Over a month ago, I wrote:
In the current term (OT 2013), only 1 CA3 decision had cert granted: Bond v. US, a treaty-power criminal case making a return trip to Scotus. Bond was argued in the Court back in early November but no opinion yet; it is the second-oldest argued case awaiting decision, and it appears the author will be Roberts or Kennedy (my money’s on Kennedy, reversing again).
Bond still hasn’t come down, and it now is the oldest undecided Scotus case. My author prediction was wrong: Roberts is the only justice who hasn’t authored a November-argument case, so it seems clear he assigned Bond to himself. I’m sticking with my reversal prediction.