"That's the problem when I hear Black Lives Matter start to come out in favor of due process for white policeman and everybody, then I'll take that argument seriously," Dershowitz exclaimed. "I haven't seen any evidence of that.
“Too little too late,” said Alan Dershowitz, part of Simpson’s legal team for the 1995 trial.
The New York Times recently refused to publish liberal Alan Dershowitzs op-ed in defense of President Trump.
Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz and former OJ. Simpson lawyer stopped by Business Insider to talk to senior editor Josh Barro in September 2016. Dershowitz discussed how "The People v. O. J. Simpson" failed to include key information about the trial. Join the conversation about this story »
ALAN DERSHOWITZ: Donald Trump Jr.’s conduct likely covered by First Amendment.
Over the past couple of days, the emergence of details regarding Trump Jr.'s meeting with the Russian-born lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya has prompted a return of the Trump-Russia mass hysteria on the part of the mainstream media and the left. Show More Summary
Lawyer and lifelong Democrat, Alan Dershowitz told Newsmax Wednesday that he doesn’t see any crime committed by Donald Trump Jr.... The post Dershowitz: “I Don’t See Any Crime” That Donald Trump Jr Committed (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
NOBODY, APPARENTLY: Alan Dershowitz on James Comey’s leaked memos: Who will guard the guardians? President Trump has accused former FBI Director James Comey of illegality in leaking memos that may have contained classified information. If it is true that the leaked Comey memos – laundered through a law professor in an effort to pressure Deputy […]
ALAN DERSHOWITZ: “Obviously if anyone conspired in advance with another to commit a crime – such as hacking the DNC – that would be criminal. But merely seeking to obtain the work product of a prior hack would be no more criminal than a newspaper publishing the work product of thefts such as the Pentagon […]
1. It now seems clear from the emails that the Trump ppl went to the meeting expecting to be given dirt on HC from the Russian government. — Alan Dershowitz (@AlanDersh) July 11, 2017 2. The question remains, if this is all true, isShow More Summary
The Donald Trump on Comedy Central's "The President Show" interviews Gloria Allred, Ron Kuby, and Alan Dershowitz as potential attorneys for any legal "troubles" that might be coming his way. You'll want to watch to the very end. It's worth it. Open thread (but please, no spoilers) below...
Lifelong Democrat and Harvard lawyer, Alan Dershowitz said on Tuesday that the Justice Department made very clear that sitting presidents... The post Dershowitz: Sitting Presidents Cannot be ‘Indicted, Prosecuted or Tried While Serving in Office’ (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Alan Dershowitz says the commotion about President Trump being investigated for obstruction of justice all boils down to how what "the Democrats are trying to do to [him] is exactly what some Republican extremists tried to do to Hillary Clinton."
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"Jamie is obviously a liberal Democrat, but this is not a betrayal. Jamie is being patriotic and heroic and consistent with the best traditions of the bar. We have to resist zealotry on both sides."Said Alan Dershowitz about Jamie Gorelick,...Show More Summary
Writes Alan Dershowitz.Now that even former Director Comey has acknowledged that the Constitution would permit the president to direct the Justice Department and the FBI in this matter, let us put the issue of obstruction of justiceShow More Summary
Modesty is not the first word that comes to mind when one thinks of either Alan Dershowitz or Donald Trump. Still, it’s remarkable that they should resort to the identical words to express their respective self-infatuations. Dershowitz, a regular Fox News columnist, leaped forward with a...
Content originally published at iBankCoin.com Get in here shills. It's time for your daily lesson on the sacred documents of the U.S. Constitution. Following up on his emphatic belief that the President can, essentially, do whateverShow More Summary