The Court's Fingerprints

Guest: Robert Tsai, Professor of Law, American University

The judiciary is designed to be a check on the executive and legislative powers in the United States. But what if this isn't always the case?

On the first episode of "Discovery", author and American University Professor of Law Robert Tsai unpacks the concept of judicial complicity, outlining strategies for when and how to hold judges accountable for decisions that can rattle the very foundation of American democracy.

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