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Professor Bowman Explains How Firing Mueller Affects Grand Jury’s Power

In a recent piece in Politico Magazine, Professor Frank Bowman explains why the grand jury empaneled to investigate the Trump-Russia connection could not continue its work if special counsel Robert Mueller is fired. He follows this up with a blog post on Impeachable Offenses. His piece responds to an earlier Politico article written by law professors David Yassky and Bennett…

Professor Bowman Responds to NY Times Op-Ed on Suggested Use of the Logan Act by Mueller Investigation

In an op-ed for Slate, Professor Frank Bowman responds to a New York Times op-ed piece, written by Professors Daniel Hemel and Eric Posner of the University of Chicago Law School, that argues that special counsel Robert Mueller should consider using the Logan Act to indict anyone or impeach the president. Professor Bowman points out that Mueller and his team have two intertwined…