Deputy Solicitor General Michael Dreeben faced an uphill battle yesterday as the Justices questioned the vagueness of the Honest Services Act that makes it a crime to “deprive another of the intangible right of honest services.”
In response to Justice Scalia’s aggressive grilling Dreeben said, “I think we would all agree, Justice Scalia, that had Congress taken
your counsel, I would not be here today defending what the Congress
attempted to do.”
WaPo story here.