Chicago lawyer Sam E. Adam Jr., one of the lawyers representing indicted former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, is seeking a rare legal experience: deposing a sitting U.S. president. At a press conference following a status conference in the case, Adam said that deposing President Barack Obama would be "a monumental step in a career," and that he believes that as a "constitutional scholar," Obama would understand Blagojevich's right to the information that a deposition could yield.
Blagojevich Lawyer Floats Idea of Deposing Obama
The National Law Journal
December 18, 2009