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Federal Impeachment

George W. English

English, a federal district court judge from Illinois, was impeached by the House in 1926 for official misconduct. English resigned his judgeship a few days before the scheduled start of his Senate trial. At the request of the House of Representatives, the Senate voted to dismiss the charges.


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