D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Rules Trump is Not Immune, Will Face Prosecution

D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Seal

Washington, D.C. – The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has denied former President Donald Trump’s appeal, seeking immunity from criminal prosecution by Special Prosecutor Jack Smith for alleged election interference. In a 57-page decision, the 3-judge panel of the Court of Appeals rejected Trump’s arguments, setting the stage for a U.S. Supreme Court appeal.

Judge Unseals Search Warrants for Hunter Biden’s Laptop in Criminal Case, Defense Moves to Force Government to Provide Evidence

Hunter Biden Cigarette

The Delaware judge presiding over the criminal case involving Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, has decided to unseal information regarding warrants used by the Department of Justice to access Hunter Biden’s data. This decision came in response to a request from an independent journalist.

Hunter Biden’s attorneys have also moved to compel the Government to turn over evidence.

Trump Appeals Colorado Ballot Disqualification to Supreme Court

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Donald Trump has taken his case to the U.S. Supreme Court, seeking to overturn a Colorado court’s decision that excluded him from the state’s Republican primary ballot. His campaign has labeled the disqualification as an “unAmerican, unconstitutional act of election interference.” The ongoing case, titled Donald J. Trump v. Norma Anderson, et al., Docket # 23-719, is currently awaiting Supreme Court review.

Newly Unsealed Jeffrey Epstein Files Reveal Familiar Figures; Bill Clinton’s Name Appears Frequently

Jeffrey Epstein and Bill Clinton

In a recent development, a federal judge has lifted the seal on court documents related to a lawsuit involving Jeffrey Epstein, with former President Bill Clinton’s name surfacing multiple times. Despite initial expectations of groundbreaking revelations, the approximately 60 released documents primarily feature figures already known to the public, including high-profile associates of Epstein and victims who have previously spoken out. The judge’s decision to unseal the information last month was motivated by the fact that much of it was already in the public domain.

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