Since Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is adamant that she will not resign, the focus of the political and legal communities must shift to whether there is an expeditious procedure to remove her from the office that she has tarnished.

Impeachment would be a cumbersome remedy, requiring a second trial before the Senate. Due process might require that the first jury trial of the criminal charges occur before that second trial. Impeachment might take many months or years.

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