The DOJ, Texas, and Obstruction
June 5, 2021
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In this episode, the #SistersInLaw welcome back Kimberly Atkins Stohr for an examination of how the DOJ bridges policies between administrations as different as Trump’s and Biden’s. After a detour into last names and the law, they discuss some of the cases being used to test how conservative the Supreme Court is willing to go. Then they talk about obstruction in court cases and how it applies to Rep. Gaetz.
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