An impeachment is an accusation — nothing more

By William Dodd:

The recent impeachment by the U.S. House of Representatives is an accusation that President Trump has committed high crimes — an accusation and nothing more. By law, President Trump is presumed to be innocent of the accusation until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt of the alleged crimes in a court of law. One of the world’s oldest principles of jurisprudence, the presumption of innocence was first codified into Roman law under the sixth-century emperor Justinian…

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