Judge Denies Trump’s Claim of Misled Warrant in Classified Documents Case, Additional Hearings Possible

Fort Pierce, FL — In recent legal developments, a Florida judge has made pivotal decisions in the ongoing case against former President Donald Trump involving classified documents found at his Mar-a-Lago estate. U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon addressed multiple issues regarding the legitimacy of the search warrant executed by the FBI and the potential infringement on attorney-client privilege. The court scrutinized arguments proposed by Trump’s defense that the FBI’s search, which led to the recovery of about 100 classified documents in August 2022, was baseless. Contradicting these claims, Judge Cannon declared the factual accuracy of … Read more

Wisconsin Judge Denies Release for Woman Who Stabbed Peer to Please Slender Man, Citing Continued Risk

WAUKESHA, Wis. — A Wisconsin judge has denied the release of Morgan Geyser, the woman who brutally stabbed a classmate to gain favor from the fictional character Slender Man, in a shocking case that captivated the nation a decade ago. Geyser, now 21, had requested her release from Winnebago Mental Health Institute earlier this year. The proceedings for her release began on Wednesday and concluded on Thursday. During the hearing, Waukesha County Circuit Judge Michael Bohren determined that Geyser still posed a risk of harm to herself or others, as well as the potential for … Read more

New York Appeals Court Denies Trump’s Lawyers’ Attempt to Delay Hush Money Trial for Third Straight Day

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump’s first criminal trial is set to begin on Monday after a New York appeals court rejected his lawyers’ attempt to delay the proceedings for a third day. The former president’s legal team had sought to halt the trial indefinitely while they challenged the trial judge and several pretrial rulings that they argue have hindered Trump’s defense. During an emergency hearing held in a court basement lobby on Wednesday, Trump’s lawyer Emil Bove argued that the restrictions in place could not operate constitutionally in a trial environment. Bove emphasized the … Read more

Judge Denies Trump’s Request to Delay Hush Money Trial, Considers Relaxing Gag Order

NEW YORK, NY – A New York appeals court judge has rejected former President Donald Trump’s request to postpone the trial in his hush money case, slated to begin on April 15. The decision was made by Judge Cynthia Kern, who also stated that the full Appellate Division First Department will later review whether to ease the limited gag order that Trump has been requesting. In the upcoming weeks, the full panel of the appellate division will consider three important components that could potentially impact Trump’s criminal trial in New York. On the very day … Read more