Jed Handelsman Shugerman
Jed Handelsman Shugerman

Jed Handelsman Shugerman is a Fordham law professor and the author of The People’s Courts and shugerblog.com. He is a co-author on an amicus brief in CREW v. Trump.

Jurisprudence
Aug. 23 2018 8:09 PMA Lone Holdout Juror Actually Made It More Likely Manafort Will Go to Jail Even if Trump Pardons Him
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July 27 2018 1:10 PMIf Trump Knew About the Russia Meeting, He Could Be on the Hook for Conspiracy
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July 19 2018 2:45 PMBrett Kavanaugh’s Legal Opinions Show He’d Give Donald Trump Unprecedented New Powers
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July 3 2018 12:40 PMHow to Prevent Future Family Separations: Prosecute Federal Officials
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June 21 2018 5:33 PMTrump’s Family Separations Are UnconstitutionalThe courts must award damages to families torn apart by the policy.
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June 3 2018 6:03 PMAn Admission of ObstructionIs the letter from President Trump’s lawyers a smoking gun?
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May 24 2018 12:25 PMWhat Rod Rosenstein Has to Do if the DOJ Meeting Doesn’t Satisfy TrumpTake the president to court.
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May 10 2018 7:45 PMWhy Is Mike Pence Calling for an End to the Mueller Probe?What did Mike Pence know and when did he know it?
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May 4 2018 1:52 PMWhat Happens to the Evidence if Trump Goes on a Firing Spree?Backup options are likely already underway.
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April 17 2018 12:24 PMNo Pardon for You, Michael CohenWhy the state should amend its double jeopardy law to defend against corrupt Trump pardons.
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April 2 2018 5:07 PMThe Supreme Court Could Take a Lesson From the Emoluments JudgeThe judiciary needs to stop using the “political thicket” as an excuse to shirk its judicial duties.
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Dec. 1 2017 5:53 PMRobert Mueller Has a PlanHow the special counsel’s deal with Michael Flynn neutralizes Trump’s pardon power.
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Sept. 5 2017 5:14 PMNo Pardoning This OffenseIf Trump tries to evade the Mueller investigation, states could bring these criminal charges.
Jurisprudence
July 17 2017 5:42 PMPresidential RevisionismThe New York Times published the flimsiest defense of Trump’s apparent emoluments violations yet.
The Hive
June 21 2012 9:45 AMBalanced ChecksIt should take two-thirds of the Supreme Court to stop Congress.
Jurisprudence
Aug. 22 2018 4:06 PMThe High Crimes JusticeIf Brett Kavanaugh is elevated now, it will leave an indelible stain on the Supreme Court.
Jurisprudence
July 25 2018 5:30 PMHeartbreak for the Trump HotelA judge rules the emoluments case against the president can proceed—and suggests why his D.C. business violates the Constitution.
Jurisprudence
July 18 2018 2:43 PMKavanaugh Already Has One of the Clearest Records Against Roe of Any Recent Supreme Court Nominee
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June 26 2018 3:42 PMA New KorematsuThe travel ban ruling will be the Roberts court’s shameful legacy.
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June 8 2018 5:00 PMRod Rosenstein Should RecuseHow he can do it without jeopardizing the Mueller investigation.
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June 1 2018 5:47 PMHow Trump’s Dinesh D’Souza Pardon Should BackfireIf it pushes New York to change its double jeopardy laws, it could be a big defeat for the president.
Jurisprudence
May 18 2018 3:22 PMNunes and Meadows Are Undermining Trump’s Argument Against the Mueller Investigation
Jurisprudence
May 9 2018 12:47 AMHow Michael Cohen’s Apparent Russia Payment Might Help Prove CollusionWe might have a quid. Here’s the possible pro quo.
Jurisprudence
April 27 2018 6:37 PMStare ScaliaRepublican senators’ obsession with Antonin Scalia is leading them to make sloppy mistakes.
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April 9 2018 8:08 PMWhy Robert Mueller Handed Off the Michael Cohen RaidThe special counsel might be insulating his investigation against his own potential firing.
Jurisprudence
Dec. 5 2017 6:51 PMThe Trump Court-Packing Plan Is Based on a FictionThere is no judicial workload crisis.
Jurisprudence
Nov. 3 2017 2:07 PMRobert Mueller’s Brilliant Strategy for Outmaneuvering Trump PardonsThe president cannot save Paul Manafort.
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July 21 2017 2:09 PMTrump Can’t Escape the StatesNo matter whom he fires or pardons, the president won’t be able to hide from state attorneys general.
Jurisprudence
March 21 2017 10:38 AMNeil Gorsuch and the “Frozen Trucker”The judge’s infamous dissent reveals he may not have the temperament to serve on the Supreme Court.
The Hive
June 20 2012 6:19 PMBalanced ChecksIt should take two-thirds of the Supreme Court to stop Congress.

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