ACLU Amicus Brief - Nixon v. USA

"The case at bar involves profound issues concerning the power of the President to resist the processes of law. It is no exaggeration to state that this case presents the question *2 whether the United States is a government of laws in which all citizens, including the President, are subject to the judicial process or whether the President can himself define the reach of the judicial and constitutional rules to which he is subject."

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