Impeachment rules in the Senate

Bruce Ackerman of Yale Law School has written a clear description of the rules that will apply in the Senate. He explains that McConnell will have much less control than most have been assuming and that Chief Justice Roberts will have much more control. That will matter in many ways that Bruce explains. See https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2019/12/senate-impeachment-trial-john-roberts-mitch-mcconnell.html

One Response to Impeachment rules in the Senate

  1. […] of you may think that my comments on the subpoenas and Bruce Ackerman’s comments on the rules for the trial of the impeachment charges are in conflict. If the Senate adopts the […]

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