Monthly Archives: April 2019

Does the Statute of Limitations Prevent Indicting President Trump After He Leaves Office?

By Sara Kropf The Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election (a/k/a the Mueller Report), is a veritable treasure trove of obstruction-of-justice efforts by the President. We’ve written before about obstruction of justice, here and … Continue reading

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What is the STOCK Act?

By Dan Portnov Occasionally we work on cases or investigations that involve highly wonky subject matter – stuff that only lawyers or legislators would know and care about. One of those recent matters touched on the Stop Trading on Congressional … Continue reading

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What’s in My Trial Bag?

I’m in trial this week in a white-collar criminal case. Since I couldn’t manage to find the time to write a substantive post, I thought I’d write instead about something  practical: what I bring with me to court when I’m … Continue reading

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