Federalist Paper #74
<Tab/>The Federalist Papers in this section are about the roles of the President. Included in these roles is the president's right to pardon. There have been several instances where a president has used his right to pardon, whether it was right or not. Generally speaking, for cases of principle, the president should have the "assent of one, or both, of the branches of the legislative body" (Hamilton, 423).
<Tab/>As president, he has the right to "grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States except in cases of impeachment" (422). In e…
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