Robbins Interviewed on WAMC Northeast Public Radio
Jeff Robbins, co-chair of the Firm's Congressional Investigations Practice and partner in its First Amendment/Media Practice, was interviewed by the WAMC Northeast Public Radio in advance of a speaking engagement with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Interviewed by WAMC's Brian Shields, Jeff answered questions regarding Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report into the 2016 Presidential Election.
"Obstruction of justice is of course a high crime, let alone a misdeameanor. And, the special counsel has documented at least ten examples of serious evidence of obstruction of justice by the president, leaving it to Congress to make its own determination," said Jeff. "The special counsel's report is a highly documented, highly sourced report, based on grandy jury testimony, based on documents, based on interviews with witness'; so the obstruction of justice case against the president frankly, is sitting there, in a sealed box waiting to be dealt with either by Congress, if it chooses, or once the president leaves office, by the Department of Justice, which by then will have removed any issue with respect to the indictment of the sitting president."