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Law professor Robert Weisberg on the case for indicting Pres. Trump

Then-President Donald Trump speaks during a rally Jan. 6, 2021, ahead of the riot at the US Capitol. (AP Photo by Evan Vucci)
Then-President Donald Trump speaks during a rally Jan. 6, 2021, ahead of the riot at the US Capitol. (AP/Evan Vucci)

The January 6th committee will continue its series of public hearings next week.  Has the committee made the case for a criminal indictment of former President Donald Trump, based on his possible liability for the insurrection at the Capital last year, and the attempt to subvert the 2020 election?  

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Professor Robert Weisberg teaches criminal law at Stanford University Law School in Stanford, CA. (photo courtesy SLS)

Joining Tom now is Robert Weisberg.  He’s a professor of criminal law at the Stanford Law School and a founder and faculty co-director of the Stanford Criminal Justice Center, which does research on criminal law and the criminal justice system.

He joins us on Zoom from his office in Stanford, California.

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