Should Trump go to jail or should he not? August 12, 2022 survey results

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Michael Conway, a long-time trial lawyer who started his career as counsel for the House Judiciary Committee during the impeachment inquiry into Richard Nixon in 1974, and who now teaches ethics and the law at Northwestern University, recently stated: “It’s no longer premature to say that Trump could end up in prison. It’s a winnable case.”

You can see our survey results below.

How should the law handle Donald Trump’s case? (Check your choice.)
Tom Ginsburg, a professor of international law and political science at the University of Chicago: “Prosecuting a former president is a highly fraught thing to do, especially when a president retains as much support as [Trump] still does.”  



Newsweek Magazine reporter David Freedman: “Trump’s contributing in some way to the actions of the mob on January 6, potential charges could include solicitation to commit a crime of violence, incitement of riot and obstruction of Congress (are enough for him to do jail time).”  



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