Aaron Burr, Lincoln’s VP during Lincoln’s first term, was charged with treason in a scheme involving the purchase of property in the newly acquired LA territory. Burr requested the release of potentially exonerating letters from General Wilkinson, his confidante and aide. Prez refused to do so. Court held that a prez can be subpoenated, examined as a witness, and required to produce papers.
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