History for Can a sitting US president be indicted?

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Note → Article I Sec 3 part 7 in the Constitution is clearly states Presidents can be indicted by a court of law for crimes committed.
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2018-08-23 08:42:26 ... Jimmy Wales (talk | contribs)
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2018-08-23 08:39:24 ... Jimmy Wales (talk | contribs)
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Note → Changed title to specify *US* president
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Note → The constitution requires a 2/3 majority of the Senate, but not the House.
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Note → added argument in favor of prosecution, new hook
Note → added arguments for each side. need lawyer who sides for prosecution
2018-04-04 05:09:47 ... Charles Turner (talk | contribs)

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