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If the special counsel is fired, the measure would provide a 10-day window for the special counsel to seek an expedited judicial review to determine whether the firing was for good cause.
The bill also creates a 10-day window within which a special counsel can seek judicial review of the firing.
Turley said of the proposals to introduce a judicial review in a possible Mueller firing.
The right to judicial review was codified in the landmark 1803 Supreme Court Marbury v. Madison.
The president would be hard pressed to explain shutting down the government at the end of this week as a means to preserve his ability to fire Mueller without judicial review.
Bipartisan reforms – enhanced congressional oversight, coupled with limited judicial review of spying by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) – salvaged it.
Hundreds of students staged a protest Thursday outside the court, where some groups filed requests for a judicial review of the law.
Undocumented immigrants who are apprehended are removed faster and often without judicial review.
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