Real Law Review: Kavanaugh v. Ford Hearing by LegalEagle   5 months ago

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I’ve been glued to the Kavanaugh/Ford hearings. Regardless of your political views, I think it raises important legal questions for our country. Welcome to Real Law Review.

This is the first Real Law Review; a new series on this channel where I try to tackle the most important legal issues of the day. If you have suggestion for the next topic leave your comment below. And if you disagree, be sure to leave your comment in the form of an objection. But remember to make your comments Stella-appropriate.

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There are four questions that I cover today:
1. Did Judge Kavanaugh commit perjury?
2. Did he display judge-like temperament?
3. Would Judge Kavanaugh prevent investigations into President Trump or the WH?
4. Would the current allegations of sexual assault hold up in court?
5. Should judge Kavanaugh have requested an investigation?

BTW, I refer to “Judge Kavanaugh” and “Dr. Ford” because regardless of current allegations, both individuals have earned the right to be called “Judge” and “Doctor.”

On a personal note, this is not meant to be a partisan analysis. I am not going to give my opinion on whether I think Judge Kavanaugh should be elevated to the supreme court based on his judicial philosophy or his political views. I’m a lawyer first, and that’s the perspective I try to give you.

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