It’s a good thing I’m not a federal judge.
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Roger Stone is pleased to be known as a campaign “dirty trickster.” But dirty tricks pursued to sabotage an opposing campaign raise legal questions.
There’s much that’s not clear about reports that the U.S. government may have filed charges against the Wikileaks founder. Here are some questions we’ll be asking when there’s more information.
On Nov. 15, Judge Dabney Friedrich of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia denied a motion by Concord Management and Concord Consulting LLC to dismiss charges filed in February by the special counsel under 18 U.S.C. §371, conspiracy to defraud the United States. The ruling is available below.
The president shouldn’t hold his breath for the court to have any serious objections to the special counsel’s appointment.
Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski’s road map report to the House of Representatives hastened the impeachment of President Nixon in 1974, but might be a bad model for Robert Mueller.
Jeff Sessions’s Firing, Matthew Whitaker’s Rise and the Attorney General’s Role In the Mueller Investigation
The acting attorney general’s past statements about the Russia probe raise genuine concerns about his service overseeing it.
There will be a report from the special counsel’s office, though the public won’t see it. The question is what happens after that.
A review of Greg Miller's “The Apprentice: Trump, Russia and the Subversion of American Democracy” (HarperCollins Publishers, 2018).