BY Staff WritersOctober 10, 2023
5 months ago

Judge pauses deadlines in Trump documents case

Another day, another win for Trump as Judge Aileen Cannon grants a temporary reprieve in the classified documents case.

In a recent development, former President Donald Trump's legal team received a partial victory. Judge Aileen Cannon has temporarily delayed pretrial deadlines in a case concerning classified documents.

The case revolves around allegations of Trump mishandling classified documents post his tenure in the White House. The Justice Department had set a series of deadlines for these documents to be made available to Trump's defense team.

Trump's request for trial delay

Earlier this week, Trump's lawyers requested Judge Cannon to postpone the trial until after the 2024 presidential election. While Cannon hasn't made a final decision on this, her recent order suggests that the trial might not commence on its originally scheduled date of May 20, 2024.

There's a growing concern among critics. If Trump manages to delay the trial and subsequently wins the 2024 election, he might attempt to pardon himself if convicted of the felony charges.

Meanwhile, in New York, Trump has taken a bold step. He dropped his lawsuit against Judge Arthur Engoron, who had found him liable for financial fraud. This move was seen by many as an attempt to stall the case.

Engoron's stance on Trump's businesses

Engoron has been active in ensuring compliance from Trump's side. He recently set a deadline to ensure Trump adheres to his order to dissolve his New York businesses. This decision was in light of Trump being found liable for years of financial fraud.

Engoron's ruling aims to prevent Trump from conducting covert transactions that might bypass the court's penalties. The essence is to hold Trump accountable for his financial discrepancies over the years, Yahoo News reported.

Trump's legal challenges don't end here. He's also facing charges related to his attempts to overturn the 2020 election results. His defense claims that since he was the president when these actions were undertaken, the charges should be dismissed.

Trump's legal maze continues

Special counsel Jack Smith, however, argues that while challenging election results is a candidate's right, Trump's actions were beyond permissible limits and were criminal.

Another intriguing development is Trump's request to dismiss hush money charges. He believes that the delay in filing the indictment against him post his presidential candidacy announcement is a violation of his rights.

Trump's legal battles are numerous and intertwined. Amidst all this, he dropped a $500 million lawsuit against his former lawyer, Michael Cohen. However, Trump's team has indicated that they might revisit this lawsuit in the future.

Cohen's response and future implications

Cohen, in response to the lawsuit being dropped, stated that Trump's case against him was merely a tactic of intimidation. Cohen's testimony is anticipated to play a pivotal role in the civil fraud trial and the criminal hush money case in New York.

With so many legal proceedings on the horizon, Trump's calendar is packed. It's becoming increasingly challenging for him to manage all these cases simultaneously.

It's evident that Trump's legal battles are far from over. Each case brings with it a new set of challenges and implications for the former president.

Conclusion and public sentiment

As these legal proceedings unfold, the public eye remains fixed on Trump. His actions, decisions, and the outcomes of these trials will undoubtedly shape his political future and legacy.

  • Judge Aileen Cannon delays pretrial deadlines in the classified documents case.
  • Trump drops his lawsuit against Judge Arthur Engoron in the New York financial fraud case.
  • Michael Cohen's testimony is expected to be crucial in upcoming trials.

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Written by: Staff Writers

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