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Imagine a community with a dirty river. How should the law work to clean it up? By opting for a teamwork approach, distributing liability among many polluters and hoping everybody behaves better — ...

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Tom Ginsburg: The President Can Be Indicted, But Not By Who You Think

Thanks to Rudy Giuliani’s report that special prosecutor Robert Mueller told him he couldn’t legally indict President Trump, we are again confronted with a question of constitutional law for which there is no settled answer: Can a sitting president be indicted for criminal activity?

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