CGL’s Charles Tiefer quoted and cited in New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s complaint against Jim Jordan.

The Manhattan district attorney on Tuesday sued Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio in an extraordinary step intended to keep congressional Republicans from interfering in the office’s criminal case against former President Donald J. Trump.

“There hasn’t been a subpoena enforcement against a state attorney general in 200 years . . . and there’s an excellent reason. State Attorneys General have their own state sovereign authority. They are frequently elected. They have their own base, their own electoral base, their own mission, and their mission is to pursue things that Congress can’t.”

New York Times – Bragg Sues Jim Jordan in Move to Block Interference in Trump Case

PDF of full complaint – Tiefer quoted on p6