Jimmy Gurulé

Jimmy Gurulé

Professor of Law
Notre Dame Law School

2119 Eck Hall of Law
574-631-5917
Gurule.1@nd.edu

Website

  • International criminal law
  • Complex criminal litigation
  • Terrorism
  • Terrorist financing
  • Anti-money laundering
  • Organized crime

USA Today

It’s complicated: Moving on from Trump at DOJ not easy for 'straight-shooting' Merrick Garland

USA Today

Capitol riot spurred conspiracy charge against 31 suspects, but how hard is it to prove?

Oath Keepers Founder Feeling the Heat from US Prosecutors

USA Today

Rep. Matt Gaetz's media blitz publicized a federal investigation. Legal experts say that poses risks

Associated Press

Prosecutors struggle with consistent story in Jan. 6 cases

Bloomberg

Will Supreme Court Expand Religious Rights? (Podcast)

Audio
USA Today

The Justice Department urgently needs a reset. Enter Merrick Garland. Is he up for it?

USA Today

Senators are about to be sworn in for another impeachment trial, in which Trump's own words will likely be the main evidence

Bloomberg

Will the Capitol Rioters Face Justice? (Podcast)

Audio
USA Today

Capitol Police officer's death investigated as homicide; Trump's legal exposure questioned

Forbes

Trump is reportedly mulling pardoning himself. Is that Legal?

Local lawmakers refuse interviews following chaos at the U.S. Capitol

Politico

MAGA leaders call for the troops to keep Trump in office

USA Today

'Vulnerable to prosecution': When Trump leaves White House, presidential 'cloak of immunity' goes away

USA Today

Trump's new campaign: Flurry of election lawsuits in search of strategy, as Biden claims victory

Reuters

Can Donald Trump call in troops to quell Election Day unrest?

Resumed federal executions further divide country

U.S. News & World Report

What Cities Can and Can’t Do When it Comes to the Feds

Business Insider

Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon tells us that he fears Trump will deploy federal agents across the country and asks where are GOP lawmakers preaching state's rights

Reuters

Trump's legal authority to deploy agents to U.S. cities may be limited, experts say

Could Donald Trump Really Pardon Himself? No One Is Really Sure.

The New York Times

Former Atlanta Officer Is Charged With Murder in Shooting of Rayshard Brooks