Last quote by Jonathan Turley
It will not be able to do so unless it can maintain its independence from the administration.
Mar 24 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Jonathan Turley is associated, including litigation and immunity. Most recently, Jonathan Turley has been quoted saying: “It is hard for the president to demand that courts respect his inherent authority when he is disrespecting the inherent authority of the judiciary. That certainly tends to poison the well for litigation.” in the article US Appeals Court refuses to reinstate the Trump travel ban. An other article where Jonathan Turley has been quoted is Lawsuits over Trump business threaten to tie up presidency.
Quotes by Jonathan Turley
Feb 05 2017
It is hard for the president to demand that courts respect his inherent authority when he is disrespecting the inherent authority of the judiciary. That certainly tends to poison the well for litigation.
Jan 10 2017
Prior litigation related to his business will not be so easy to dismiss. Those types of cases are generally not covered by immunity rules.
Nov 21 2008
This is a judge that the administration expected a favourable ruling from. He has tended to support the government's claims. So, it's a double loss for the Bush administration. But for many of us who have been critics of the tribunal, there is nothing surprising here. None of us doubted that when a real court looked at these cases, the cases would fail because the tribunal system was designed to avoid real courts.
May 03 2006
His conduct simply did not warrant the death penalty.
Feb 06 2006
The problem with this trial is that it doesn't appear that Moussaoui is actually guilty of some of these offences. The general opinion is that he was not the 20th hijacker, in fact intelligence officials have all said that they don't believe he was the 20th hijacker.
Oct 25 2005
The vice-president faces a very serious situation and it seems to be getting more serious by the day.
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