Those offences which proceed from the misconduct of public men, or, in other words, from the abuse or violation of some public trust... as they relate chiefly to injuries done immediately to the society itself - Alexander Hamilton
Author and lawyer Barbara Radnofsky takes us through the mechanics of impeachment and how it relates to the world today.
A lawyer since 1979, Barbara Ann Radnofsky is a mother, wife, teacher, mediator and arbitrator. In 2006, after 27 years of law practice, Barbara Ann left Vinson and Elkins as Head of the Alternate Dispute Resolution Section to become the first woman Texas Democratic U.S. Senate nominee and later the first woman Texas Democratic Attorney General nominee. Barbara Ann was honored as the Outstanding Young Lawyer of Texas in 1988. Practicing on both sides of the docket, she has been listed for more than 25 years in "Best Lawyers in America" in multiple areas, including dispute resolution. Barbara co-founded the Houston chapter of the National Association of Urban Debate Leagues and has served on numerous local charitable boards and as a volunteer peer mediation teacher in public and private schools. She and her husband are active in supporting the Dead Sea Scrolls Foundation, enabling museum displays of the Scrolls and commissioning publication of a Scrolls volume. She serves with several of her co owners on the Board of the Brazos Bookstore.
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