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OPEN HOUSE – After playing out for weeks behind closed doors, the presidential impeachment inquiry is set to spill out into public view today, with William Taylor, a former ambassador to Ukraine, and career diplomat George Kent both appearing before the House Intelligence Committee. C. Ryan Barber reports on how lawyers representing clients involved in the impeachment inquiry have faced numerous challenges in navigating the high-pressure proceeding rife with murky legal questions and rules unfamiliar even to experienced defense attorneys. “There aren’t firm answers on the legal questions, and that makes it really difficult,” says one lawyer involved.

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