Even if the Constitution and Justice Department policy do not bar charging a former president, the statute of limitations might.
A review of Preet Bharara, "Doing Justice: A Prosecutor’s Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and The Rule of Law" (Knopf, 2019)
Roger Stone says that more than two dozen FBI agents executed a search warrant at his house. That’s generally consistent with the bureau’s standard operating procedure.
Law enforcement simply does not hand a summons to someone who threatens to kill a witness and trust that person to act responsibly with it.
The nominee to serve as attorney general promised to seek the advice of ethics officials on recusal from the Mueller investigation—but not to heed that advice. Is that enough?
The appearance of bias alone is enough to merit the recusal of an official overseeing a high-profile investigation—particularly in an explosive political environment