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What Is Next for America After Trump v. United States?

4 Jul 2024

To the extent that the majority’s new accountability paradigm allows Presidents to evade punishment for their criminal acts while in office

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How Trump v United States Will Affect the Country Moving Forward

4 Jul 2024

Here, I will highlight just two observations about the results that follow from this paradigm shift.

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Everything You Need to Know About Trump v. United States

4 Jul 2024

These foundational presuppositions are reflected in a procedural paradigm of rules and accountability that operates in the realm of criminal law

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Justice Jackson Breaks Down What Trump v United States Means

4 Jul 2024

I write separately to explain, as succinctly as I can, the theoretical nuts and bolts of what, exactly, the majority has done today

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Justice Sotomayor on Trump v United States: Today's Decision... Is Deeply Wrong

4 Jul 2024

Today’s decision to grant former Presidents immunity for their official acts is deeply wrong.

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Presidential Immunity: What's an Official Act vs an Unofficial One?

4 Jul 2024

If the former President cannot be held criminally liable for his official acts, those acts should still be admissible to prove knowledge or intent

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How the Majority of the Supreme Court Recognizes Absolute Immunity

3 Jul 2024

the majority recognizes absolute immunity for “conduct within [the President’s] exclusive sphere of constitutional authority.”

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How Did the Supreme Court Reach Its Conclusion of Trump v United States?

3 Jul 2024

Ultimately, the majority pays lip service to the idea that “[t]he President, charged with enforcing federal criminal laws, is not above them,”

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The Main Takeaway of Trump v United States

3 Jul 2024

The main takeaway of today’s decision is that all of a President’s official acts, defined without regard to motive or intent, are entitled to immunity