Today’s episode marks a milestone for the show: we’re going to file an amicus curiae brief in the Michael Flynn case. Find out exactly how & why we’re doing this!
We begin, however, with a brief update in the various emoluments cases, including an update on the two orders released this morning by the 4th Circuit en banc.
After that it’s time to dig into all the developments in the Flynn litigation that will lead to the filing of Opening Arguments’ first amicus brief!
Then, it’s time for #T3BE, featuring next week’s guest, Andrew Seidel!
If you missed our live Q&A, you can check out the audio here!
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Show Notes & Links
- The last time we broke down the emoluments clause cases was in Episode 361. You can check out the two orders released this morning by the 4th Circuit en banc (the first one is the lengthy discussion).
- Flynn docs: the DOJ’s Motion to Dismiss; the Notice of Intent to file amicus by the Watergate Prosecutors, as well as the 9th Circuit’s Opinion in U.S. v. Hector.
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