Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz, a lifelong Democrat, has been getting backlash for downplaying some claims from the left that President Trump committed obstruction of justice.
Harvard Law School professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz believes that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's plea deal with Michael Flynn may actually be a "show of weakness."
Alan Dershowitz disagreed with claims that there is a possible obstruction of justice case building against President Donald Trump.
Attorneys for former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn have reportedly informed President Donald Trump's legal team that they can no longer discuss Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Alan Dershowitz warned that the special counsel appointed to investigate the Trump campaign's connections to Russia is turning constitutional actions into crimes.
On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Alan Dershowitz reacted to an op-ed in the University of California, Berkeley student newspaper that accused him of having “blood on his his hands” and being “culpable for the perpetuation of … [Israeli] atrocities.”
Alan Dershowitz said the line must be kept sharp between scandalous behavior and criminal acts.
Alan Dershowitz warned that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is a "zealot" whose goal is to charge President Trump or someone very close to him with a crime.
Alan Dershowitz said Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed charges against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort as part of an effort to gather evidence on higher-level members of the Trump campaign and administration, including President Donald Trump himself.
Alan Dershowitz analyzed what he thinks is Special Counsel Robert Mueller's grand strategy in the Russia investigation.
Alan Dershowitz weighed in on President Trump's ominous "calm before the storm" comment that has the media buzzing.
Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz threatened to sue the University of California-Berkeley over a campus speaker stipulation he said might be "content-based discrimination."