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"The Senate Should Reject Dershowitz Argument on Johnson Impeachment"

January 22, 2020
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on how the Trump defense's understanding of the 1868 impeachment of President Johnson.

"Getting The Most Out Of Telework"

January 22, 2020

Naomi R. Cahn writes for Forbes on how workers can respond to the challenges of telecommuting.

"How Trump’s Senate Trial Lawyers Could Complicate the Case His DOJ Lawyers Are Making in Court"

January 22, 2020

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Post on how presidents have a right to seek judicial review when being impeached.

"'Emotion' From Trump's Legal Team Wins Presidential Plaudits"

January 22, 2020

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Hill on how impeachment precedent does not involve proving the president committed a crime.

"Where the Trump Defense Goes Too Far"

January 21, 2020
Jonathan Turley writes for The Washington Post on how Trump's defense against impeachment would create lasting harm.

"Viewpoint: 'No Crime, No Impeachment' Is a Shaky Defense"

January 21, 2020

Jonathan Turley writes for BBC News on how Trump's defense against impeachment that no crimes were committed is deeply flawed.

"Turley: Impeachment Trial Witnesses Could Be ‘Live Torpedoes In the Water’"

January 21, 2020

Jonathan Turley appeared on PRI's "The World" to discuss the consequences of a rushed House impeachment trial.

"Turley: What History Really Tells Us About Senate Impeachment Trials"

January 18, 2020
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on details of past impeachment trials where senators have transcended petty political instincts.

"Trump Is Trying To Cripple the Environment and Democracy"

January 18, 2020

Robert L. Glicksman co-writes for The Hill on how Trump's overhaul of the National Environmental Policy Act would hurt democracy.

"She Had Medicaid Insurance. After a Car Wreck, a Miami Hospital Billed Her For $20,000."

January 17, 2020

Sara Rosenbaum is quoted by the Miami Herald on how the University of Miami Health System acted in bad faith by billing a Medicare patient improperly.

"America’s Wars Wouldn’t Be Possible Without Contractors"

January 17, 2020
Steven L. Schooner is quoted by the Atlantic on how using contractor support for military operations could provide a logistic and political edge.

"Impeachment Moves To the Senate"

January 17, 2020

Jeffrey Rosen appeared on WHYY-FM's "Radio Times" to discuss the role of Chief Justice John Roberts in the Senate impeachment trial.

"Why the Chief Justice Must Ensure a Fair Presidential Impeachment Trial"

January 17, 2020

Alan B. Morrison writes for The Hill on what the role of Chief Justice John Roberts should be in the upcoming impeachment trial.

"Trump Chooses High-Profile But Controversial Legal Team"

January 17, 2020

Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Hill on how Trump's new legal team should be wary of using sensational tactics in their defense of the pr

"Trump Courts Religious Groups With Rules That Worry LGBTQ Groups"

January 16, 2020
Ira C. Lupu and Robert W. Tuttle are quoted by the Los Angeles Times on President Trump's new religious freedom proposals.

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