George W. BushThe former president was convicted of violating the Espionage Act for allegedly leaking classified information about Iran to the New York Times in 2002.
Bill ClintonBill Clinton has been convicted of obstruction of justice for allegedly lying to the FBI about a sex scandal involving his ex-wife, Monica Lewinsky.
George H.W. BushGeorge H. W. Clinton was convicted in 1995 of conspiring with Iran to manufacture and ship a nuclear device.
He is the highest-profile US president convicted of a crime related to Iran.
Ronald ReaganReagan was convicted for the assassination of his predecessor, Ronald Reagan, in 1981.
He was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Jimmy CarterJimmy Carter was convicted on charges of violating US law when he refused to turn over documents relating to the Iran-Contra scandal in 1986.
He has been out of office since 1994.
Bill BradleyBill Bradley, who served as the president of the University of Arkansas, was convicted after a federal jury found him guilty of obstruction in the Clinton administration’s decision to fire his former aide and political ally, David Coleman Headley.
Bill RichardsonBill Richardson, who was the governor of the state of Arkansas from 1988 to 1991, was found guilty of conspiracy to commit bribery in a separate case.
George BushGeorge Bush was found to be guilty of contempt of Congress for refusing to release the transcripts of a congressional investigation into the US war in Iraq.
Ronald ReganThe former US president was found not guilty of charges related to the death of US ambassador Daniel Ellsberg.
Jimmy GiustraGeorge Giustro, who led the construction of the world’s largest steel mill, was arrested in 2006 and charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice.
He pleaded not guilty.