Barr Defends Protest Response in Fiery House Hearing

Attorney General William Barr on Tuesday defended the Trump administration’s use of federal agents to respond to racial justice protests, as Democrats accused him of seeking conflict in the streets and using the Justice Department to aid the president’s re-election bid.

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Prosecutors Warn of Politicization in Justice Department

Reigniting calls for Attorney General William Barr’s impeachment, two Justice Department attorneys told a House panel Wednesday politics have infested some of the agency’s highest-profile actions, including the prosecution of Roger Stone.

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Retired Judge Says Flynn’s Guilty Plea Must Stand

The retired judge appointed by the court to oppose the government in its bid to dismiss the prosecution of former national security adviser Michael Flynn filed his argument Wednesday, staunchly defying what he called “highly irregular conduct to benefit a political ally of the president.”

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Ex-Watergate Prosecutors Say Flynn Case Shouldn’t Be Dismissed

Calling the request “extraordinary,” 16 former Watergate prosecutors cautioned the D.C. Circuit on Friday against forcing a federal judge to immediately dismiss the criminal case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

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Retired Judge Assigned to Oppose Dismissal of Charges Against Flynn

In the latest twist in the prosecution of President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn, the federal judge overseeing the case has teed up a retired judge to argue against the abrupt move by the Justice Department to drop the prosecution.

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