Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on the Democrats' charge of bribery, extortion, and obstruction against Trump.
John M. Whealan is quoted by Bloomberg Law on how lawmakers should consider whether PTAB proceedings are functioning as Congress intended.
David Fontana is quoted by the New Yorker on how some decisions Justice Kagan has made legitimate a conservative perspective.
Jonathan Turley is quoted by BBC News on if Prince Andrew would receive a legal summons if he travels to the US.
Jonathan Turley is quoted by the Los Angeles Times on how Democrats must justify impeachment in hearings this week.
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on the complicated matter of impeachable versus contemptible abuses of power.
Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Hill on how Trump's tweets do not amount to evidence of witness intimidation.
Jonathan Turley writes for USA Today on how the impeachment hearings make a presidential pardon for Roger Stone almost impossible.
Jonathan Turley appeared on WBUR's "On Point" to discuss the legal definitions of impeachable offenses.
John M. Whealan is mentioned by Bloomberg Law on his upcoming testimony to a House Judiciary panel on the appointment of patent judges.
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on the potentially flawed foundation of the Democrats' impeachment argument.
Jessica Tillipman is quoted by the Associated Press on how there's nothing criminal in Ukraine awarding Rick Perry's supporters a contract.
Jeffrey Rosen appeared on MSNBC to discuss how Chief Justice John Roberts would approach presiding over impeachment proceedings in the Senate.