Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill about torts involving the holiday season.
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill about the rules and scope of an impeachment trial.
Joan S. Meier's research on family court abuse claims was mentioned by the New Yorker.
Robert W. Tuttle is quoted by PolitiFact on how the crucifixion trial of Jesus Christ is not comparable to Trump's impeachment proceedings.
Alan B. Morrison is quoted by Mic on three different Supreme Court cases involving the release of President Trump's tax returns.
Jonathan Turley is quoted by US News & World Report on the injustice of the Feres Doctrine for injured military personnel.
Naomi R. Cahn writes for Forbes on why the culture of self-promotion in the scientific community hurts women.
Jonathan Turley writes for The Los Angeles Times on how he believes the House investigation into Trump was too hurried.
Jonathan Turley writes for USA Today on how the impeachment case against Trump is contradictory and incomplete.
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on the similarities between the impeachment trials of Andrew Johnson and Donald Trump.
Jonathan Turley is quoted by the Washington Post on the likelihood of impartiality in the Senate impeachment hearings.