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Trump’s Impeachment Defense Lawyers Expected to Argue Trial Is Unconstitutional

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Trump’s Impeachment Defense Lawyers Expected to Argue Trial Is Unconstitutional

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The two attorneys who will lead former President Donald Trump’s impeachment defense legal team, David Schoen and Bruce L. Castor, Jr., are expected to argue that the Senate impeachment trial of the former president is unconstitutional. Trump on Jan. 31 announced that Alabama attorney Schoen and Castor Jr., a former prosecutor in Pennsylvania, will represent him in next week’s Senate trial, following media reports citing anonymous sources that said a group of attorneys from South Carolina were no longer participating in the defense. “Schoen has already been working with the 45th president and other advisers to prepare for the upcoming trial, and both Schoen and Castor agree that this impeachment is unconstitutional—a fact 45 senators voted in agreement with last week,” a release said. Schoen, a solo practitioner who has law offices in New York and Montgomery, Alabama, was personally called by Trump to head his impeachment defense legal team …

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