I just read more deeply into the Wash Post story on the William Jefferson alleged bribery search warrant, and note with pleasure that my old friend Viet Dinh, former head of the Office of Legal Policy at the Department of Justice and a highly respected GU Law Professor, agrees with me that the search does indeed pass constitutional muster. I don’t ALWAYS agree with Viet — for instance, I think he is mistaken in saying that Congress can give full voting rights to Wash DC’s congressional representative without a constitutional amendment — but on probably 19 of 20 issues, I’ll gladly defer to his legal judgment. He’s brilliant and principled, and he knows his stuff!
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