Harvard law professor and noted attorney Alan Dershowitz said on Friday that the grand jury impaneled by special counsel Robert Mueller has a significant “tactical advantage” against President Trump: Its jurors are based in Washington, D.C. “The District of Columbia, which is always solidly Democratic and has an ethnic and racial composition that might be very unfavorable to the Trump Administration, so I see the significance not so much that he impaneled the grand jury — you have to impanel the grand jury to get subpoena power — but where he impaneled it,” he continued. “It gives the prosecutor the power to indict in the District of Columbia, which is a district that is heavily Democratic, and would have a jury pool very unfavorable to Trump and the Trump Administration. So it gives the prosecutor a tremendous tactical advantage.”
Source: Drudge Report

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