kathleen kane perjury
Kane could face up to seven years in prison for leaking information to a reporter.
She was accused of leaking grand jury information to a reporter.
Unlike impeachment, which requires indictment by the House and trial by the Senate, direct removal of a state officeholder only requires a two-thirds vote in the Senate after "a full hearing."
She faces a charge of perjury, as well as three counts of obstruction of justice, four counts of official oppression, and one count of false swearing.