Category Archives: Statute of Limitations

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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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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March Madness: Drafting Error Leads to Dismissal of Criminal Charges against FedEx

Middle Tennessee State beats Michigan State. Yale beats Baylor. The Cinderella season is upon us. The next big winner is . . . FedEx. The government has accused FedEx of conspiring with online pharmacies to ship illegal drugs to dealers … Continue reading

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