Clinton violated a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) she signed upon becoming Secretary by retaining records with classified information.
Clinton violated State Department regulations forbidding the storage of classified information anywhere other than “the chancery” or “consulate” even for “reasons of personal convenience.”
Clinton used a BlackBerry to transmit classified information despite State Deparment policy prohibiting its use.
Clinton violated State Department policy by giving classified material to her lawyer despite the fact that he lacked an “approved classified material storage facility.”
Clinton violated federal rules requiring that she turn over work-related emails upon leaving office.