Donald Trump’s legal team scores legal victory as judge appoints a special master
Trump’s legal team scored another major victory Thursday in their ongoing legal battle with the DUJ in the wake of an unannounced FBI raid on Trump’s personal property.
According to a report by Axios, District Court Judge Eileen Cannon rejected an appeal by the Justice Department to “exclude classified documents from special master review.”
Cannon also hired a special master to review documents from Trump’s private home. That appointed master is former federal judge Raymond Derry.
They were in many ways desperate to get their hands on the ongoing criminal investigation efforts against E that were part of it.
Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, responded to the news.
Further, Roy himself said:
“The Court thus strives to serve the public interest, the principles of civil and criminal procedure, and the principles of justice. And the Court remains firmly of the view that the appointment of a Special Master to conduct a review of the seized material, accompanied by a temporary injunction to avoid improper use and disclosure of potentially privileged and/or private material, is fully consistent with the aforementioned principles. and with the need to ensure at least the appearance of fairness and honesty in unprecedented circumstances.”
Axios’ report also notes that former federal judge Raymond Derry, appointed by President Ronald Reagan, will have until Nov. 30 to complete a review of the seized materials.
Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, responded to the news on Twitter. “Major Court Ruling for Trump on Special Master,” he wrote. “Court appoints Trump’s proposed special master, notes Biden gang leaks, and makes clear he doesn’t believe a word Biden-Garland has alleged about Operation Trump’s home raids.”
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