With presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton being investigated by the FBI over her use of a private email server while she was U.S. Secretary of State, we asked Philadelphia-based defense lawyer and former federal prosecutor Henry E. Hockeimer Jr. how he would advise Clinton, who met recently with FBI agents.

"Secretary Clinton’s consistent position is that she did not intentionally violate any laws in using a private server, so that position combined with the fact she’s running for president certainly warranted her voluntarily meeting with the agents," he said. "If she hadn’t, too many bad inferences could have been drawn."

Hockeimer added he doesn’t find the FBI’s three-and-half-hour interview with Clinton, held on a recent Saturday, to be unusually timed or lengthy, given Clinton’s political position and the subject matter.

"They’d likely want her knowledge concerning the history of the use of the server, and they probably had a bunch of emails to show her," Hockeimer said. "And accommodating the interview on a Saturday is not uncommon in a case that is politically sensitive."

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