Monday, March 7, 2022

Article on the case against John Eastman

As you probably know by now, the State Bar of California recently announced that it had initiated a State Bar Investigation into John Eastman, former Champman University professor, for his involvement in the Trump's campaign efforts to invalidate the results of the 2020 Presidential Election. 

The fact that the State decided to make announcement itself generated some controversy.  See here, for example.  But, perhaps more interesting, is the discussion of the merits of the issue.  What is the basis for the complaint?  Is it valid?  Is it likely to lead to sanctions?

If you are interested on these questions, head over to Law Fare where Paul Rosenzweig offers a lengthy comment on the subject.

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