Jan 25, 2019

Professor Jessica Roth appeared on MSNBC's Live with Hallie Jackson on January 24, discussing President Trump's recent statements and actions. Roth, a former federal prosecutor, said there is a "very strong case to be made that [President Trump's actions] constitute illegal witness intimidation under the federal obstruction of justice statute."


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Mar 5, 2019

Professor Kyron Huigens focused on the problems with the Electoral College, writing in the Observer, "The greater power of small states’ voters is sometimes defended on the ground that these states have unique interests because of their agricultural economies. But agriculture is a major part of the economies of California, New York, Illinois, Florida and Texas. Another defense—the claim that the 'Heartland' values of these citizens deserve greater representation—is completely indefensible in a democracy. Rural citizens are not more American than urban citizens."

Mar 5, 2019

"The president’s power under the Constitution, does not extend at all to state crimes and states have been treated for the last 170 years as separate sovereigns under our law," said Professor Deborah Pearlstein on MSNBC's All in With Chris Hayes.

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Mar 5, 2019

Professor Jessica Roth was a guest on Bloomberg Television to discuss the Mueller investigation and the Southern District digging deep into the Trump campaign activities.

She also appeared on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams to discuss Michael Cohen's testimony before Congress.

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Feb 19, 2019

Professor Jessica Roth appeared on MSNBC's The 11th Hour with Brian Williams, to discuss new developments in the Mueller investigation, Paul Manafort and Roger Stone's connections with WikiLeaks and the Russians.

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Feb 14, 2019

Dean Melanie Leslie was quoted in The Washington Post about the dispute between filmmaker Woody Allen and Amazon. Allen is suing Amazon, alleging that the company was illegally reneging on an agreement to release his new movie, “A Rainy Day in New York,” and backing out of a deal to finance three other pictures because of negative attention over an allegation that he molested his adopted daughter in 1992.

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