Trump’s pardons are a big f-you to the prosecutors and FBI agents who worked long and hard on these cases—and a signal to those who target subjects with ties to Trump that their efforts may be for naught. And that’s the point.
A Milwaukee man set the mother of his children on fire on Valentine's Day "because she wouldn't pay her taxes and was buying other stuff," prosecutors sai…
Prosecutors rest case in trial of man accused of killing Richardson police officer
Christopher Davila is now one step closer to seeing his day in court. On Tuesday, defense attorneys denied a 50-year plea deal offered by prosecutors, saying the punishment is too stiff.
On the same day: - Two prosecutors have resigned from the DOJ to protest the administration’s intervention to lighten the sentence of one of Trump’s accomplices - The Senate GOP blocked votes on three bills to secure our elections The rule of law & our democracy are in crisis.
I’ve never been in a courtroom where the accused can unilaterally block witnesses from testifying or prohibit prosecutors from asking witnesses questions. Yet that's what Trump and McConnell are doing. No court would let a trial to proceed this way—and neither should the Senate.