Elie Honig served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of New York for 8.5 years and as the Director of the Division of Criminal Justice at the Office of Attorney General for the State of New Jersey for 5.5 years. He is currently a legal Analyst for CNN and Executive Director at Rutgers Institute for Secure Communities
Note from Elie: What is DOJ Doing on Matt Gaetz?
Note from Elie: Latest Jan. 6 Subpoenas: Suboptimal but Sensible
Note from Elie: America’s Chaotic Post-Roe Future
Note from Elie: Merrick Garland is Running Out of Time
Note from Elie: Dishonest but Not Dumb
Note from Elie: On Hunter Biden, Let DOJ Do its Job
Note from Elie: Criminal Referral: The Ultimate Sugar Rush
Note From Elie: Refuse to Recuse – A Bad Look for Justice Thomas & The Court
Note From Elie: Defending The Defenders — Judge Jackson’s Unique Perspective
Note From Elie: Lessons from Prosecuting the Nazis
Note From Elie: Three Reasons for DOJ’s Delay on Meadows
Note from Elie: Bill Barr’s Revisionist BS
Note from Elie: Manhattan DA Bragg vs. the Trump Investigators
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