Judge demands Trump to provide details regarding the Mar-a-Lago search contract lawsuit

Judge demands Trump to provide details regarding the Mar-a-Lago search contract lawsuit

August 25, 2022: -On Tuesday, a federal judge nominated by former President Donald Trump ordered him to answer several critical questions about his recent lawsuit related to the FBI raid on his Florida home, which technology the reason court should be the one hearing the case and to explain what he wants her to do more precisely.

Judge Aileen Cannon called Trump to tell her how his suit affects another pending case which involves the exact search warrant before a federal magistrate judge in the same court and whether the Department of Justice has finally been served with his lawsuit.

Cannon wants to know if Trump is pursuing any injunctions related to material taken away in the raid until the lawsuit is resolved.

Cannon’s order came a day following Trump filing suit in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, which asked her to appoint a so-called special master to review documents seized on August 8 in the FBI raid on his Mar-a-Lago resort residence in Palm Beach.

On Friday, the judge, whom Trump nominated to that court in 2020, gave him and his lawyers to answer her questions.

Trump wants to stop the DOJ, which explores the seized documents until a unique master glances at them. The step is taken when there is a chance that a few pieces of evidence should be withheld from prosecutors of various legal rights.

The DOJ conducts a criminal investigation linked to the documents removed from the White House when Trump left office in January 2021. By law, presidential records must be turned over to the National Archives.

A warrant authorized the FBI’s search-and-seizure operation at Mar-a-Lago, showing that the DOJ is delivering potential violations of laws related to espionage and obstruction of justice. Multiple sets of documents were marked top secret seizing in the raid.

Trump says the raid was illegal and motivated by a desire to harm his chances of regaining the White House if he chooses to run again.

In her order Tuesday, Cannon wrote, “The Court receives Plaintiff’s Motion for Judicial Oversight and Additional Relief.”

Reinhart is signing the warrant authorizing the raid. He considers requests by media outlets to unseal that the DOJ filed, laying out the need for the search and events which led up to it.

On Tuesday, the National Archives posted online a letter that said classified material was discovered in boxes that Trump turned to that agency in January.

The material, traveling 700 pages, includes ones related to top secret, sensitive compartmented information, and special access programs, the National Archives letter stated.

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