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Bill Blum is a retired judge and a lawyer in Los Angeles. He is a lecturer at the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication. He writes regularly on law and politics and is the author of three widely acclaimed legal thrillers: Prejudicial Error, The Last Appeal, and The Face of Justice.
(3 comments) SHARE Thursday, August 5, 2021 Unequal Justice: Trump's Legal Woes are Multiplying
Although we are still far from seeing Donald Trump outfitted in a prison jumpsuit, he faces legal jeopardy on a variety of fronts related to his long history of corruption in the private sector and his malfeasance as President.
SHARE Thursday, November 26, 2020 Trump's Legal Woes Are Looming -- Will Ivanka Snitch on Her Father?
As the clock ticks down on the Trump presidency, Ivanka may well be advised to ponder whether her legal interests and those of her father have diverged to the point where it would be better to cooperate with the authorities, fess up, and ultimately turn state's evidence.
SHARE Wednesday, December 9, 2020 Why Bill Barr Will Go down as the Second-biggest Loser of the Trump Era
The history of Barr's service as Trump's attorney general will no doubt be the subject of much future academic and political commentary. Barr will not be among the "winners" who will get to pass judgment on his performance as the nation's top law enforcement officer. To the contrary, Barr will go down as the second-biggest loser of the Trump era, subordinate only to Trump himself.