Possible Federal and State Crimes

Obstruction of Justice, Money Laundering, Campaign Finance, and more

Obstruction of Justice

The Brookings Institution Report: Presidential Obstruction of Justice: The Case of Donald J. Trump

The Brookings Institution Blog: Did President Trump Obstruct Justice?

After Comey Firing, Congress Must Stand Up to Trump, USA Today

The Criminal President?, The New York Times

Comey's Case for Obstruction of Justice, The New York Times

Trump Jr. Communicated with WikiLeaks during Campaign, The New York Times.


Obstruction of Justice Case Against Trump Only Scratches the Surface

Did President Trump Obstruct Justice?

Comey's Answers to the Right Questions Could Take Us into Impeachment Territory

Money Laundering

Comey's Testimony Today Could Turn Congressional Probes Toward Question of Obstruction, Virginian Pilot

ACSblog: The Reach of the Money Laundering Laws and the Curious Settlement Involving Prevezon Holdings

Campaign Finance

Did Donald Trump Jr. Break the Law? The New York Times

Issues Raised by Mueller Indictments

Manafort Indictment is Bad News for Trump – The New York Times

ACSblog: Russian Indictment and Extradition – Daniel Goldman

ACSblog: Mueller Will Face Tough Choices If He Finds Trump Broke the Law – Dan Froomkin

Questions for the President

#TrumpUnderOath – Caroline Fredrickson


Tweets Pose Legal Risks

President Trump's Twitter Habit Puts Him Keystrokes Away From Breaking Laws, USA Today

I Helped Prosecute Watergate. Comey's Statement is Sufficient Evidence for an Obstruction of Justice Case, The Washington Post


Implications of SDNY U.S. Attorney Investigation of Michael Cohen

The FBI Raids on Trumps’ Attorney Are Bad News for President Trump – Eisen, Bookbinder, Shaw, Politico