Supreme Court to Immediately Decide Whether Trump is Immune for January 6 Prosecution

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The United States Supreme Court has agreed to hear Special Counsel Jack Smith’s immediate request for the Supreme Court to decide whether former President Donald J. Trump is immune from prosecution for the January 6, 2021 incidents.

This puts the Supreme Court justices front and center in a pivotal election-year battle.

The Court will decide the following question:

Whether a former President is absolutely immune from federal prosecution for crimes committed while in office or is constitutionally protected from federal prosecution when he has been impeached but not convicted before the criminal proceedings begin?

You can read Jack Smith’s petition for the Supreme Court’s review HERE:

United States v. Donald J. Trump, Docket # 23-624 – Government’s Petition for Writ of Certiorari

This case will decide whether the D.C. criminal case can proceed against Trump. The Court has the power to decide whether the prosecution will continue.

Read the order HERE:

United States v. Donald J. Trump, Docket # 23-624 – Order Granting Certiorari

The case is pending in the United States Supreme Court, United States v. Donald J. Trump, Docket # 23-624.


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