Audio player

35- Confrontation Clause

Description

Since the beginning of the impeachment proceedings against the President, Donald Trump has insisted he has a right to confront “the whistleblower,” the anonymous member of the intelligence community who set the whole thing in motion. There is a Confrontation Clause in the Sixth Amendment of the United States Constitution, which says a defendant in a criminal case has the right to face their accuser. But does this clause apply to the impeachment hearing against a president in Congress?

Comments

Listen to 44- The Hatch Act and The Election

44- The Hatch Act and The Election

2020-08-29
0
Listen to 43- The Trump SCOTUS Term

43- The Trump SCOTUS Term

2020-07-31
0
Listen to 9- Commerce Clause

9- Commerce Clause

2017-08-17
0
Listen to 8- The Takings Clause

8- The Takings Clause

2017-08-10
0
Listen to 7- Recess Appointment Power

7- Recess Appointment Power

2017-08-03
0