Rosenstein Says He Had No Basis to Appoint Special Counsel on Russia

On June 3, NLPC Counsel Paul Kamenar was interviewed on NewsMax TV about ex-Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s Senate testimony. Rosenstein stated that he no basis to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate Russian collusion.

Mueller Must Answer Questions About His Conflict of Interest

Tomorrow, former Special Counsel Robert Mueller will testify before the House Judiciary Committee and the House Intelligence Committee about his two-year investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 election. While the Justice Department yesterday ordered Mueller to stay within the confines of his report, there are unanswered questions about Mueller’s conflict of interest that have […]

Andrew Miller to Appear Before Mueller Grand Jury Today

Andrew Miller will testify before the Grand Jury at 11:00 AM today. Miller’s appearance follows a nearly year-long court battle over the Constitutionality of the appointment former Special Counsel, Robert Mueller. On Tuesday, May 28, 2019 Miller’s legal challenge was remanded from the D.C. Circuit to the District Court following its February 26, 2019 ruling […]

Constitutional Challenge to Mueller Ends

Andrew Miller, a witness in the Russia investigation, today agreed to honor a subpoena issued last year to appear before the grand jury convened by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The former aide to GOP operative Roger Stone had been refusing to appear on the grounds that Mueller’s appointment and authority were unconstitutional. Miller’s appearance before […]

Mueller Probe Witness Seeks Stay to Allow Supreme Court Review; Motion Cites Brett Kavanaugh

Andrew Miller, a former aide to Roger Stone, has filed a motion to stay the mandate in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia that rejected his constitutional challenge to Special Counsel Robert Mueller in order to seek review of the court’s decision upholding his contempt of court for refusing to appear […]

Appeals Court Rejects Rehearing of Mueller Constitutional Challenge

On April 29, the U.S. Court of Appeals refused to rehear a constitutional challenge to the appointment and authority of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The Court did not rule on a related but separate request to decide whether the case was now moot because Mueller has turned in his report. That question was kicked back […]

NLPC Sues Justice Department on Mueller Conflict

National Legal and Policy Center filed suit today against the Department of Justice to force release of a document specifying a conflict of interest for which Special Counsel Robert Mueller received a retroactive waiver. In the wake of demands for “transparency” through the release of the Mueller report, we are also asking for transparency. Justice […]

Rehearing Sought in Constitutional Challenge to Mueller

Paul Kamenar, attorney for Andrew Miller, today filed a petition for rehearing before the full U.S. Court of Appeals to review and reverse the 3-judge court’s decision of February 26, 2019 rejecting Miller’s constitutional challenge to a grand jury subpoena issued by Special Counsel Mueller last summer. The Special Counsel was seeking testimony from Miller, […]

The Successful Mueller Misdirection

Those who hoped the Special Counsel would find criminal acts by President Trump are disappointed this week, but for Robert Mueller and his team it can only be “mission accomplished.” Of course, Mueller’s team would have loved to have taken down Trump, but the more achievable goal was to misdirect attention from their own actions. […]

Constitutional Challenge to Mueller to Continue

The delivery of Robert Mueller’s report to Attorney General William Barr does not mean the end of the constitutional challenge to the Special Counsel’s authority by Andrew Miller, who has been subpoenaed as a witness in the investigation. Paul Kamenar, who represents Miller, commented, “Several days ago the Special Counsel notified us that they are […]