Trump objects to verifying list of property seized from Florida estate - court filing
Lawyers for former President Donald Trump are resisting a federal judge's instruction to submit a sworn declaration on whether they believe the government's list of property taken from Trump's Florida estate is accurate.
Judge bails Trump out of special master plan that would have forced uncomfortable submissions in court
Former President Donald Trump got another boost in his bid to challenge the FBI search of his Florida home, with US District Judge Aileen Cannon reshaping the plan put forward by the special master she appointed to review the materials seized at Mar-a-Lago last month.
'Giant Backfire': Trump's Demand for Special Master Is Looking Like a Mistake
WASHINGTON — Former President Donald Trump’s request that a judge intervene in the criminal investigation into his hoarding of government documents by appointing a special master increasingly looks like a significant blunder, legal experts say. “Maybe from Trump’s point of view, creating delay and chaos is always a plus, but this has the feel of a giant backfire,” said Peter M. Shane, a legal scholar in residence at New York University and a spec
Trump pushing back on special master's request for him to declare in court whether DOJ inventory is accurate
By Tierney Sneed and Katelyn Polantz, CNNFormer President Donald Trump is pushing back against a plan from the special master overseeing the review of documents seized from Mar-a-Lago that would require Trump to declare in court whether the Justice Department’s inventory from the search is accurate.The requested declaration would force the former President to go on the record in court about his suggestion that the FBI may have planted evidence d…
Trump resists request to declare accuracy of Mar-a-Lago document inventory
Former President Trump’s legal team resisted a request to declare whether an updated inventory released by the FBI of items taken during its search of Mar-a-Lago is accurate. In a letter written Sunday but made public Wednesday night, Trump’s team sidestepped the request from Judge Raymond Dearie, the special master appointed in the case, at the former…
Trump's demand for a special master looks like a 'giant backfire': legal scholar
New York Times reporter Charlie Savage wrote in his Wednesday piece that it is quickly becoming clear that Donald Trump may be regretting his request for a special master in the Mar-a-Lago documents investigation.Trump reportedly thought he could delay the investigation into the stolen documents that he stashed at Mar-a-Lago, but his ploy appears to have backfired. Tuesday evening, former FBI counsel and Robert Mueller prosecutor, Andrew Weissma…