Judge Rules – Trump’s Other Case Postponed

If the exploding reelection chances of Joe Biden weren’t enough positive news, this week brings even more excellent developments for Donald Trump, this time on the lawsuit front.

The Manhattan court case against former President Trump regarding business records fraud has experienced an undetermined delay due to the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on presidential immunity. According to my colleague Bob Hoge, it might happen in September or perhaps later, but it will undoubtedly happen after the GOP convention on July 15th, which is in less than two weeks.

“The official rescheduling of the sentence now requires a minimum of September. This implies that it won’t occur prior to Trump accepting the nomination at the GOP convention in the middle of July, making the previous president’s victory evident.”

U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon has now made several decisions that affect both parties involved in the case, causing significant disruption to the lawfare experts involved in the Florida classified documents case. She granted Trump attorneys’ request to delay (for the time being at least) a required disclosure that was due this week, and she set a deadline for Special Counsel Jack Smith’s office to respond to a defense motion.

Through Axios:

“The most recent is Cannon’s recent order, which allows for a temporary stay of the defense’s reciprocal discovery deadline of July 10 and the expert disclosures due on July 8. Furthermore, the judge gave special counsel until July 18 to respond to Trump’s move to stay and request for an additional briefing, and he gave both sides until July 21 to reply.”

Author: Steven Sinclaire


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