The compromises the Framers made over slavery spread like tentacles throughout the Constitution.
On February 16 and 17, co-author and law professor Sanford Levinson is holding a free symposium at the University of Texas Law School on “Civic
The president’s power to grant pardons is very broad. With the exception of impeachment, the chief can erase a criminal conviction as if it had never happened. So how far do you think the president’s ability to grant pardons should go?