There are but two ways Hillary can quell the uproar over her personal email scandal. She must turn over her server and any back up accessories she may have to an independent entity that can verify all emails have been preserved. Such an entity could be a court appointed special counsel or a bipartisan blue ribbon congressional committee or any other entity that the media and public trust. The other alternative is to announce she will not seek her party's nomination. The public and the media will accept nothing less. People who have nothing to hide do not keep a server registered under the name of a nonexistent person in their homes. This modus operandi looks like something from a Mexican drug cartel's playbook.
It could be the courts might assist her in her effort to come clean. In 2009 U.S. District Judge Henry Kennedy ordered the Bush White House " to collect and preserve all e-mails sent or received between March 2003 and October 2005." He did not, but he could have appointed a special counsel to see the emails were preserved. In Hillary's case the emails are in her home but by law the emails belong to the government so it's not too much of a stretch to imagine a federal judge who may have been played by State Department lawyers in a FOIA suit to send a independent counsel and a team of U.S. marshals to Long Island to help Hillary comply.
Depending on the courts is an iffy proposition. Why not insist as the price for raising the debt limit the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate the former First Lady for criminal wrong doing? I'm sure there are scores of loyal Hillary senators and representative who would happily endanger their careers by voting against such language. It's sort of like giving that last full measure of devotion and if a few should lose their seats- C'est la guerre. It's for the greater good.