Election of Trump draws renewed interest in Peterson research on potential impeachment

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Christopher L. Peterson has fielded several media requests to discuss his analysis outlining why there is a legally sufficient case to impeach Donald Trump under the U.S. Constitution on charges related to fraud and racketeering for prior conduct now that Trump has been elected president. 

New analysis unveiled today by University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law professor Christopher L. Peterson outlines why there is a legally sufficient case to impeach Donald Trump under the U.S. Constitution on charges related to fraud and racketeering for prior conduct if he is elected president.

An analysis by University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law professor Christopher L. Peterson outlines why there is a legally sufficient case to impeach Donald Trump under the U.S. Constitution on charges related to fraud and racketeering for prior conduct.

After Election Day, media including CNN WireUSA Today, New York Magazine, Bustle, Internatonal Business Times, Mic, SBS , Morning Ledger and People  have interviewed Peterson or referenced his research.

Prior to Election Day, Peterson discussed his research in multiple news outlets. He appeared in anOct. 25 USA Today series on “Trump and the Law.”

He has also appeared in:

Bloomberg

Newsweek

Courthouse News

Pacific Standard magazine

Fox News Radio (national)

Above the Law

TaxProfBlog

Daily Caller

ABC4

Doug Wright Show on KSL

Fox 13

KUTV2

Utah Policy

Courthouse News Service

Deseret News

Uproxx

WND

Yuba Net

Groop Speak

Liberal America

Liberal Society

Blasting News

LawNewz