A simple Google search turns up numerous articles on the pending FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email account and server. Reflecting an election season marked by harsh and exaggerated rhetoric, they typically swing between forceful speculation that an indictment is a foregone conclusion to strident argument that the whole affair is a trumped-up red herring. As has become par for the course on the modern American political scene, it is exceedingly difficult to distill reasoned analysis of the issue from impurities wrought by fiery electoral passions.
As has become par for the course on the modern American political scene, it is exceedingly difficult to distill reasoned analysis of the issue from impurities wrought by fiery electoral passions.
It stands to reason, then, that one ought to attempt to undertake a careful consideration in order to assess the probability of whether the investigation will culminate in a recommendation to indict.
And the better one becomes at legal analysis, the more accurately one is able to predict legal outcomes.
I suspect most agree that a good attorney would be doing his or her friend a disservice by giving anything other than unvarnished, objective legal advice.
I personally believe that the advisability of Sanders remaining in the race through the Democratic National Convention is directly proportional to the probability that Hillary Clinton will be indicted.
This will exaggerate the current disharmony between Clinton…