Statements about Legal Issues
Says Terry McAuliffe "opposes" Virginia’s right-to-work law.
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court "is transparent."
The IRS scandal "clearly showed some criminal behavior."
The Pink Pony club in DeKalb County has never been cited for any violation of an ordinance or state law.
"It's expressly prohibited by law that you can read and wholly surveil domestic email traffic in the United States."
Currently, the intelligence community "can collect business records on law-abiding Americans who have no connection to terrorism."
"My judicial nominees have waited three times longer to receive confirmation votes than those of my Republican predecessor."
Says President Barack Obama is trying to "pack" the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
"Nothing in the Constitution explicitly guarantees our right to vote."
"The IRS doesn't have to prove something against you ... you've got the burden of proof."
Says he has sued the Obama administration 25 times.
"In 29 states in this country you can still get fired for not just being gay, but if your employer thinks you are gay."
In just six years, Georgia has dropped from first in the nation from a business-friendly legal climate to 24th.
Federal prosecutions for lying on background checks to buy guns are "down 40 percent" under President Barack Obama.
Right now, if Rhode Island police come across a young person with a gun, "they really don't legally have the right to take it away from them."
"Well over 90 percent of felony cases, all over the nation, are committed by defendants who grew up in father-absent households."
Says President Barack Obama "has allowed, each year he's been here, the prosecutions of gun cases (for background check failures) to go down. ... They've declined every year since President Bush left office."
"In Rhode Island, 28 percent of adults released from state prisons are re-incarcerated within a year."
On recusing herself from cases after receiving a campaign contribution
On changing the rules governing judicial conflicts of interest
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