It’s been a wild year in legal news, especially in the nation’s capital.

In the first year of his presidency, four officials from President Donald Trump’s campaign have been indicted by Robert Mueller, the special counsel handling the Russia investigation, and two pleaded guilty. The president has nominated dozens of young, conservative judges to the bench and set records with confirmations to appellate courts. He’s also issued three travel ban executive orders, all of which ran into legal roadblocks.

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