Senate Impeachment Trial

AHKIL AMAR Southmayd Professor of Law at Yale Law School, New Haven, CT Author The Bill of Rights: Creation and Reconstruction [Yale University Press, 1998] Wrote forward to newly re-issued Impeachment: A Handbook, written by Charles Black in 1974, during Watergate hearings Other Guest: TBA Today [Monday] Democratic Senator Robert Byrd is expected to offer a motion to dismiss President Clinton's impeachment trial. Friday, Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr went to court to force Monica Lewinsky to talk with House Managers. The momentum has picked up with these dramatic turns. Ray Suarez and guests will provide the latest developments in the suddenly fast-moving impeachment trial and look at where it might go from here.

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