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Trump's Lawyers Acknowledge Potential Indictment by DOJ

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'Newsweek' reports that former President Donald Trump's
legal team seems to be preparing for a potential
indictment by the Department of Justice.
'Newsweek' reports that former President Donald Trump's
legal team seems to be preparing for a potential
indictment by the Department of Justice.
The news comes as the latest development in
a DOJ probe into classified documents allegedly
stored at Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence.
The news comes as the latest development in
a DOJ probe into classified documents allegedly
stored at Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence.
On August 8, FBI agents seized
20 boxes of classified documents
from Trump's Florida home. .
On August 8, FBI agents seized
20 boxes of classified documents
from Trump's Florida home. .
On September 19, Trump's lawyers wrote to oppose
a request from Judge Raymond Dearie, the special master
overseeing the DOJ's review of the seized documents.
'Newsweek' reports that Trump's legal team
was opposing the "declassification"
of the Mar-a-Lago documents.
'Newsweek' reports that Trump's legal team
was opposing the "declassification"
of the Mar-a-Lago documents.
Trump's lawyers argued that disclosing their draft plan
would force them to disclose their potential defense
against any indictments issued at a later time.
The Special Master process will have forced
the Plaintiff to fully and specifically disclose
a defense to the merits of any subsequent
indictment without such a requirement
being evident in the District Court's order, Trump legal team letter, via 'Newsweek'.
The Special Master process will have forced
the Plaintiff to fully and specifically disclose
a defense to the merits of any subsequent
indictment without such a requirement
being evident in the District Court's order, Trump legal team letter, via 'Newsweek'.
'Newsweek' reports that
legal experts have highlighted
the statement by Trump's attorneys.
Hang in there friends...
indictments are coming.
Because #JusticeMatters, Glenn Kirschner,
Former federal Prosecutor,
via Twitter.
Trump has maintained his innocence,
claiming that all of the documents stored
in Mar-a-Lago had been previously declassified.

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