Trump Unlikely To Defy 'So-Called Judges,' Prof Argues

Law360 (December 7, 2018, 5:57 PM EST) -- A recent paper by a William & Mary law professor argues that, despite charged rhetoric from the Trump administration, including the president's personal attacks on judges, the federal government has thus far complied with judicial orders and is likely to continue to do so.

Tara Leigh Grove, who authored "The Power of 'So-Called Judges'" — a reference to President Donald Trump's attack on the Washington federal judge who halted his first travel ban in February 2017 — told Law360 on Friday that although there is ample reason to be concerned that the convention of compliance with judicial orders may be eroded,...

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