A big week ahead for Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
She'll hear her first case on the high court. The justices are coming back almost a month early to take up a fascinating free-speech case.
It all started with a sharply critical movie that a conservative group made about Hillary Clinton's run for president.
The supreme court heard arguments about whether the movie amounted to a campaign ad. That's leading to a ruling on whether there should be any limits on campaign spending by corporations and labor unions.
Attorney Tanya Acker helped prepare cases for the supreme court when she worked at the justice department during the Clinton administration. She talks to CNN's Fredricka Whitfield.