Monthly Archives: June 2019

What Is A Joint Defense Agreement in Criminal Defense?

By Dan Portnov Sometime this summer, perhaps as soon as mid-August, former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn will be sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan. Flynn’s sentencing piques both pro-Trump and anti-Trump interest because he was one of … Continue reading

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Should DOJ Indict President Trump But Seal the Indictment?

Given the position of the Office of Legal Counsel that a sitting president cannot be prosecuted, there has been some talk (including by me) about the possibility of indicting President Trump now but keeping the indictment under seal until he … Continue reading

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