To call someone a traitor or label an act as treasonous is a big claim. But what exactly does treason mean? What does it entail? We speak with constitutional law expert, Professor Carlton Larson about its limited use in modern courtrooms and the public’s perception of the law versus its actual scope and definition.
- Dr. Carlton Larson, historian, professor, American constitutional law & legal history, University of California – Davis School of Law, author, On Treason: A Citizen’s Guide to the Law