Department of Justice (DOJ)

Do State Laws Block Insurrectionists from Office?

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Jan 26th, 2023

Antisemitism and Threats to American Democracy

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Jan 26th, 2023

Decoding the “Select Subcommittee on Weaponization of the Federal Government”

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Jan 23rd, 2023

Could Biden Face Charges? The Alberto Gonzales Precedent Says Not

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Jan 19th, 2023

Tracker: Evidence of Trump’s Knowledge and Involvement in Retaining Mar-a-Lago Documents

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Jan 19th, 2023

Vice Presidents and Rules Governing Classified National Security Information

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Jan 17th, 2023

Prosecuting the Fake Electors: Wisconsin Case Study and Template for Other States

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Dec 14th, 2022

The Government Was Right to Charge Seditious Conspiracy

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Dec 7th, 2022

The Just Security Podcast: United States v. Trump – A Model Prosecution Memo for Mar-a-Lago

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Nov 18th, 2022

New DOJ Regulations Are a Victory for Press Freedom, But More Work Remains

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Nov 18th, 2022

Mar-a-Lago Model Prosecution Memo

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Nov 17th, 2022

Mr. Attorney General, It’s Too Late to Appoint A Special Counsel

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Nov 9th, 2022

Citizens Guide to January 6th Hearings: Comprehensive Account of the Evidentiary Record

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Sep 7th, 2022

Anti-Asian Prejudice Undermines U.S. National Security: Revisiting the U.S. Government’s Deportation of Qian Xuesen

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Sep 6th, 2022

When, Where and For What Mar-a-Lago Crimes Should Garland Indict Trump?

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Sep 6th, 2022

Assessing Trump’s Claim of ‘Executive Privilege’ on FBI Access to MAL Docs

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Aug 28th, 2022

Seditious Conspiracy vs. Insurrection: Assessing the Evidence Against Trump

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Aug 19th, 2022

Lessons from Petraeus’s Guilty Plea for Trump’s Classified Docs Investigation

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Aug 10th, 2022

Expert Backgrounder: Criminal Statutes that Could Apply to Trump’s Retention of Government Documents

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Aug 9th, 2022

Highlights from the Criminal Evidence Tracker’s Reports on Seven Hearings by the January 6th Committee

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Jul 21st, 2022

The Easiest Case for the Prosecution: Trump’s Aiding and Abetting Unlawful Occupation of the Capitol

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Jul 21st, 2022

US Democracy’s Survival Requires a More Powerful Response to January 6th

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Jul 15th, 2022

Strongest Evidence of Guilt: Chart Tracking Trump’s Knowledge and Intent in Efforts to Overturn the Election

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Jul 11th, 2022

Failing to Prosecute Trump Reflects – and Feeds – US Rule of Law Erosion

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Jun 21st, 2022

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