Constitutional Law Expert Jonathan Turley testified before the House Judiciary Committee today, and during that testimony he gave them - ESPECIALLY HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE CHARIMAN JERROLD NADLER - a stern warning: "YOU ARE HEADED INTO A WORLD OF HURT IF YOU GO TO THE D.C. CIRCUIT." (with your attempt to hold the US AG in Contempt for not releasing this Grand Jury Information) 'PRECEDENCE IS SET' The D.C. Circuit recently ruled on this very issue, stating in the case of McKeever v. Barr that, outside of the specific exceptions outlined in Rule 6(e), courts do not have authority to order the disclosure of grand jury information. Since any legal action taken against Barr for contempt would likely end up before the D.C. Circuit, Turley made it clear that going down that road is a bad idea for Congress. "There’s no question that he cannot release this Rule 6(e) information," Turley said, calling Barr's position "unassailable." Lawyer issues warning to Congress on Barr contempt: 'You are heading into a world of hurt'