Special Counsel

Episode 104,  Nov 19, 2022, 11:00 AM

The #SistersInLaw come together to explain the role of the new DOJ special counsel Jack Smith, and how he might hold Trump to account for document hoarding at Mar-a-Lago and his role in the J6 insurrection.   Then, they celebrate Speaker Pelosi’s legacy of leadership, and explore the latest developments in the abortion wars after Dobbs and recent midterm election referendums on it. 

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From Barb:
Concerning the effects of Trump’s declared run on DOJ action

The impact of Trump’s announcement on investigations targeting him

A prosecutorial take on how Trump’s announcement might protect him

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