Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Trump Immunity Case

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Washington, D.C. – April 25, 2024 – The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the matter of Donald Trump v. United States of America. The issue in the case is whether Donald Trump is legally immune from prosecution for acts allegedly committed in connection with the January 6, 2021 events at the Capitol.

Judge Cannon Unseals FBI Files in Trump Classified Documents Prosecution

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West Palm Beach, Florida, April 22, 2024 – A trove of documents pertaining to the FBI’s investigation into former President Trump and the subsequent raid on his Mar-a-Lago estate in 2022 was unsealed Monday evening by U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon, who presides over the case involving classified materials.

Trump Hush Money Trial Starts in Manhattan with Jury Selection

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Manhattan, New York – April 15, 2024 – Today, the first criminal prosecution of a former president kicked off in a courtroom in Manhattan, New York City as former President Donald Trump started his trial. Trump is charged with 34 counts of making false entries in business records in connection with alleged hush money payments to two women, including former adult film star Stormy Daniels.

Federal Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss Trump Classified Documents Criminal Case

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A Federal judge in Florida denied a motion by former President Donald Trump to dismiss a case concerning his handling of classified documents. The motion argued that the statute under which Trump was charged, the Espionage Act, was unconstitutionally vague. However, Judge Aileen Cannon ruled that this matter would be better addressed during a trial, leaving open the possibility of addressing concerns related to the Espionage Act in connection with jury instructions.

Trump Hush Money Trial To Be Delayed, DA Cites Document Dump

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Manhattan, NY – Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg said his office was prepared to start the criminal trial against Donald Trump on March 25, 2024 as planned, but does not oppose a 30-day delay in order to give Donald Trump’s lawyers additional time to review new evidence.

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