Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted to the death of longtime Fox News commentator and syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer.
Andrew P. Napolitano joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in January 1998 and currently serves as the senior judicial analyst. He provides legal analysis on both FNC and Fox Business Network (FBN).
Judge Napolitano is the youngest life-tenured Superior Court judge in the history of the State of New Jersey. While on the bench from 1987 to 1995, Judge Napolitano tried more than 150 jury trials and sat in all parts of the Superior Court -- criminal, civil, equity and family. He has handled thousands of sentencings, motions, hearings and divorces. For 11 years, he served as an adjunct professor of constitutional law at Seton Hall Law School, where he provided instruction in constitutional law and jurisprudence. Judge Napolitano returned to private law practice in 1995 and began television broadcasting in the same year.
Judge Napolitano has published nine books including: "Constitutional Chaos: What Happens When the Government Breaks Its Own Laws"; The New York Times Best Seller, "The Constitution in Exile: How the Federal Government Has Seized Power by Rewriting the Supreme Law of the Land"; "A Nation of Sheep"; "Dred Scott's Revenge: A Legal History of Race and Freedom in America"; and "Lies the Government Told You: Myth, Power, and Deception in American History," also a New York Times Best Seller. His most recent book is titled: "Suicide Pact: The radical expansion of Presidential Powers and the Lethal Threat to American Liberty."
His writings have also been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The New York Sun, The Baltimore Sun, The (New London) Day, The Seton Hall Law Review, The New Jersey Law Journal and The Newark Star-Ledger. He lectures nationally on the Constitution and human freedom.
Judge Napolitano received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University in 1972 and received his Juris Doctor from University of Notre Dame in 1975.
Stories from Judge Andrew Napolitano
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Wednesday the federal government "has failed miserably" to comply with a court decision which states that children should be released after apprehension at the U.S. border.
House Republicans, including Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), are vowing action on the House floor if the DOJ and FBI do not comply with a subpoena for documents.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said there was "very little" new information revealed by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz in his highly-anticipated report on the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Monday he doesn't believe that former FBI Director James Comey could be prosecuted for how he handled the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Thursday that Attorney General Jeff Sessions could be end up as a witness in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe is seeking immunity in exchange for his testimony related to the Hillary Clinton email probe, something Judge Andrew Napolitano said is "very, very unusual."
President Donald Trump on Tuesday blasted the “numerous delays” in the Justice Department inspector general’s probe of the Hillary Clinton email case.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said that the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of a baker who refused to craft a wedding cake for a same-sex couple could set a precedent for religious discrimination in future cases.
Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted Wednesday to media coverage of his and Rep. Trey Gowdy's (R-S.C.) remarks on "The Story" the previous night, about allegations of a federal spy in the Trump campaign.
Judge Andrew Napolitano criticized President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani for claiming the FBI placed a spy inside the Trump campaign despite having "zero evidence" to support that allegation.
Judge Andrew Napolitano weighed in on the possible legal fallout after the business partner of President Trump’s personal lawyer agreed to cooperate with state and federal prosecutors.