At what point does informal coercion raise Constitutional questions?
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President Trump bypassed the traditional pardon attorney process more often than any other president. Our new essay in the Federal Sentencing Reporter evaluates how many of Trump’s 238 clemency grants were recommended by the pardon attorney.
Survey of recent phone and email records seizures shows Justice Department under President Trump markedly more aggressive in pursuing reporters to unmask sources.
The Manhattan District Attorney indicted the Trump Organization and CFO Allen Weisselberg on 15 counts of financial crimes.
The House Judiciary Committee released a transcript of its interview with Donald McGahn, former President Trump's White House Counsel. McGahn was interviewed behind closed doors on June 4, 2021, as part of an agreement following a legal battle regarding his testimony that began over two years ago. The committee originally sought his testimony regarding President Trump's conduct during the Mueller investigation. You can read the testimony here or below.
Donald Trump is promoting, and his party is using various means of achieving, a politicized electoral process in which politicians would have more power to direct the running of elections in their self-interest.
In the criminal justice system, prosecutors have to be both objectively fair and perceived as objectively fair. For that reason, New York State Attorney General Letitia James should consider recusing herself from the Trump investigation.
A new podcast miniseries based on the book, “After Trump: Reconstructing the Presidency,” by Bob Bauer and Jack Goldsmith.
The Facebook Oversight Board should be mindful that Facebook is not a government—and that the platform’s decisions denying active accounts or taking down posts pose no threat of loss of liberty to any person.
Early public comments to the Facebook Oversight Board show a surprising consensus that banning the former president was the right move.