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A New York appellate court denied an effort by former US President Donald Trump on Monday to delay the start of his upcoming falsified documents criminal case. The New York Times reported earlier on Monday that Trump filed several challenges against Judge Juan Merchan, who is overseeing the falsified documents trial. With the appellate court’s [...]

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The Florida federal judge overseeing former US President Donald Trump’s classified documents case denied Thursday an effort by the former president to dismiss the case based on the Presidential Records Act (PRA). Trump argued that the classified documents he allegedly retained following the end of his presidency were declassified under the PRA. However, Judge Aileen [...]

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A New York judge set an April 15 start date on Monday for Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s criminal case against former US President Donald Trump. The trial was originally scheduled to proceed on March 25, but the prosecution disclosed almost 100,000 pages of discovery shortly before the scheduled start date, which caused Trump’s legal [...]

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The US federal judge overseeing former president Donald Trump’s criminal case regarding his allegedly wrongful detention of classified documents rejected the former president’s motion to dismiss on Thursday in a short, two-page order. Trump sought to dismiss 32 of the 40 pending criminal charges against him in the case. However, Judge Aileen Cannon denied Trump’s [...]

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The US Supreme Court agreed on Wednesday to hear former US President Donald Trump’s immunity claim in the federal 2020 election interference case against him. The court also agreed to extend a pause on the Washington, DC, trial court proceedings in the case, which were set to resume after the US Court of Appeals for [...]

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Former US President Donald Trump asked the federal judge overseeing his criminal retention of classified documents case on Thursday to dismiss the case based on a claim of presidential immunity. Trump currently faces 40 criminal charges in the case. His motion to dismiss only deals with the first 32 counts of the indictment against him, [...]

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Special Counsel Jack Smith, the prosecutor leading the federal election interference case against former US President Donald Trump, urged the US Supreme Court on Wednesday to deny Trump’s request to extend a stay on trial court proceedings. Trump asked the court to stay trial proceedings on the case before a DC district court on Monday [...]

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Former US President Donald Trump asked the US Supreme Court on Monday to hear his appeal of a decision from the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, which denied Trump’s claim of “absolute” presidential immunity from criminal prosecution in the federal 2020 election interference case against him. In doing so, Trump also asked [...]

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A DC federal judge indefinitely postponed the trial date in former US President Donald Trump’s 2020 election interference case. US District Judge Tanya Chutkan vacated the trial date, originally set for March 4, since both parties are still awaiting a decision from the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit on Trump’s claim of [...]

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The Georgia judge overseeing the state’s 2020 election interference case against former US President Donald Trump and his alleged co-conspirators agreed Thursday to hear a motion to disqualify the lead prosecutor from the case. On February 15, Judge Scott McAfee will hear a challenge from one of Trump’s co-conspirators seeking to remove Fulton County District [...]

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