Alan Dershowitz

"I have no idea what he's doing," Alan Dershowitz, who represented Trump in his first impeachment trial, said of Bruce Castor's defense.
Former President Donald Trump's adviser and son-in-law got the nod from Alan Dershowitz for the Israeli-Arab "Abraham Accords."
Nikolas Bowie told CNN the lawyer's interpretation was "a joke."
Former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal cautioned the Ukraine scandal could only be the start.
A member of Trump’s legal team earned the ire of "The Daily Show" host.
"Late Show" host tears into the latest bonkers legal claim made on behalf of the president during the Senate impeachment trial.
President Donald Trump’s defense lawyer echoed Richard Nixon’s claim that “when the president does it, that means that it is not illegal.”
Laurence Tribe described Alan Dershowitz's legal defense of Donald Trump as “remarkably absurd and extreme and dangerous."
In audio unearthed by CNN, Dershowitz, a lawyer on the president's impeachment defense team, said Trump was far more corrupt than Hillary Clinton.
President Donald Trump’s defense lawyer says claims by former national security advisor John Bolton that the president did try to extract a quid pro quo from Ukraine are not a big deal.
Senate Republicans wrestled with whether to allow witnesses, including John Bolton who appeared ready to contradict a key Trump claim.
MSNBC's "Morning Joe" host reserved particular scorn for Ken Starr.
The Fox News host played a clip from Bill Clinton's impeachment, pointing out that Dershowitz once said "exactly the opposite" of what he says today.
Adam Driver plays Jeffrey Epstein, who's "just hangin'" down there and delighted to see his lawyer.
“It is infuriating that these three men are allowed to show their faces in polite society," said the "Full Frontal" host.
The attorney's old comments about impeachment were a little awkward in light of his current defenses of President Trump.
He claims abuse of power isn't impeachable. But 20 years ago, he said something very different.
The impeachment managers on Sunday rejected what they described as "absurdist" and "ignorant" legal claims made by Trump's defense team.
House Democrats have until Saturday to submit their legal brief outlining their case for removing President Trump.