As the Supreme Court prepares to start hearing arguments in Moore v Harper, many believe democracy is on the line.
Shan Wu is a former federal prosecutor who served as counsel to Attorney General Janet Reno. He practices law in Washington, D.C.
When our system functions the way it should, then no one, including federal judges and former presidents, get to stand above the law.
The conservative-dominated Supreme Court refused Trump’s request to shield his tax returns from congressional investigators. This could be a turning point for our democracy.
The decision has already become a political football—which is the opposite of what the attorney general intended.
Donald Trump’s latest attempt to convince the Special Master in his Mar-a-Lago case that the president decides what records are deemed personal reads like a children’s game.
There was a time when appointing a special counsel to investigate the former president would have been a good move. Now is not that time.
During the Supreme Court arguments about the future of affirmative action, one might be forgiven for forgetting the cases arose from alleged discrimination against Asian Americans.
A court’s refusal to block the release of Trump’s taxes is the first step to restoring order to our three co-equal branches of government.
There’s no way the former president will comply with the Jan. 6 Committee’s subpoena. So DOJ must hold him accountable.
DOJ’s defense of the ex-president in the E. Jean Carroll lawsuit contradicts Trump’s own lawyers and compromises the Mar-a-Lago probe.