Justice is not being delayed; it’s going to come down hard

IN A NUTSHELL: I felt that AG Garland is a little too passive, but in rereading some of my law school books, I understand the details and evidence that has to go into building a case against a prominent political figure.

I went to law school for two years, and I learned a lot. I knew, for example, the importance of corroboration when building cases. Evidence can be challenged in court repeatedly, especially when that evidence comes from people of questionable character.

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