Everyone has turned on Governor Cuomo, but the new Attorney General report showed zero evidence of legal wrongdoing, based on he said, she said claims. Do these claims have supporting evidence that could stand up in a court of law? No.
Ex Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin didn’t get the 30 year sentence prosecutors requested after being convicted of killing George Floyd, but was sentenced to 22-1/2 years in prison today.
SCOTUS will rule on, Can a state restrict a person’s right to get licensed to carry a firearm outside the home, based on the requirement of demonstrating “proper cause” for self-defense?
You can’t have the President of the United States and a Congresswoman tamper with an arguably unsequestered jury, while the media toys with doxing the jury, and get a fair trial. That’s not how an impartial jury system works.
In America, we have ‘Due Process’ and presumption of innocence deeply embedded in our legal system. This means, the law (and Constitution) give the accused the right to fair treatment during the legal process, and allow the process of evidence to be compiled and objectively reviewed.
Republicans lost the Obamacare war. Deal with it.
Impeachment is not a legal proceeding. It is political.