One legacy of the impeachment process is growing dissatisfaction with the independent counsel law. It’s set to expire later this year, and the Senate is currently holding hearings on whether to renew the law and on various proposed reforms. Diane talks with two legal experts about the independent counsel law and its future.


  • Kenneth Gormley Duquesne U. Law School
  • Douglas Cox Attorney with Gibson, Dunn


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