In a conversation with the News-Gazette last week, College of Law faculty offered varied reasons for paying attention to the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump.
“I’m most interested in whether the Senate will consider any new evidence after the presentation of opening arguments. I believe that the Senate has an independent duty to build a factual record here, which means considering new documents and hearing from witnesses if necessary," said Professor Jamelle Sharpe.
The Gazette also spoke to Professors Hurd, Leipold, and Mazzone, as well as several faculty in the political science department.
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