Impeachment Offenses

From the ACS Impeachment Blog Symposium: 

Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy on Trump's campaign finance violations.

Austin Evers of American Oversight on obstruction of congressional investigations.

Gabe Lezra on emoluments clause violations.

From the ACS Network:

We Already Know Enough to Conclude that President Trump Should Be Impeached and Removed from Office,by Neil Siegel, Balkinization. Siegel is the David W. Ichel Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science, Duke Law School, and Member of the ACS Board of Directors.

The Zelensky Memo Is All the Proof Needed to Impeach Trump, by Noah Bookbinder, New York Times Opinion. Bookbinder is the executive director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.

If Whistleblower Is Right, Trump May Have Committed Extortion and Bribery, by Barbara McQuade, The Daily Beast. McQuade is a professor from practice at the University of Michigan Law School, and formerly the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan.

Trump's Ukraine Call Mentioning Biden Is the Strongest Reason Yet for Impeachment, by Leah Litman, NBC News Opinion. Litman is an assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan Law School and serves on the ACS Board of Academic Advisors.

Letter to Congress from Legal Scholarsmore than 500 legal scholars signed a letter stating that the president engaged in impeachable conduct.

High Crimes and Misdemeanors, by Dan Cotter, Harvard Law and Policy Review. Cotter is a lawyer practicing in Chicago.  He currently is Co-Chair of the ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter.