The disclosure that former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman secretly taped President Trump and others has produced legitimate outrage. These tapes include at least one conversation with chief of staff John …
T.S. Ellis III has a controversial record on full display in the case against the former campaign chairman.
Responding to a sweeping political tweet with a sweeping legal interpretation is neither equal nor wise.
The former campaign chairman is risking prison time for a very small chance of a presidential pardon.
Michael Cohen ends his week in the news with serious claims about the Trump Tower meeting.
“Scratch a lover, find a foe,” Dorothy Parker once warned about the perils of loves lost. The same is not supposed to be true for lawyers. Even when a relationship ends, we continue to be bound to our clients….
The problem in the Russian investigation is that we have plenty of crimes but not necessarily plenty of colluders.
As some of us noted from the outset of the litigation, the precedent heavily favored the president.
The Justice Department inspector general report finds that he was the destructive force at the agency.
The indictment of a former Senate staffer shows the Justice Department is serious about pursuing leaks.
If the president refuses to answer questions directly, the special counsel has the power to subpoena him.
Both Democrats and Republicans are dividing our country further by blasting the investigations.
The use of a paid FBI asset to target a national campaign in this way would be unprecedented.
New information shows the media was wrong to deny there was surveillance targeting his campaign.
Both campaigns were seeking dirt on the other side, but the Clinton camp was just more sophisticated.
You either protect free speech for everyone or give the government the power to decide what is allowed.
Donald Trump finally found a federal judge to whom he could relate when it comes to the special counsel.
The new member of the legal team for Donald Trump is making waves defending the president.
The president can either sit down with the special counsel or bunker down in the White House.
The former FBI director continues to commit the very violations that led to calls for his firing.