Trump Election Interference / Falsification of Business Records Criminal Trial (Trump guilty on all 34 Counts) (3 Viewers)

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    What will happen now that former President Donald Trump was found guilty (in 34 counts) by the jury?
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    Speculation on the judge relating to sentencing?
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    Appeals?
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    Political Damage?
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    Nice post and all, but you failed to address how Clinton mislabeled the funds for the Steele Dossier(election interference) as legal expenses, but she only got a fine.

    Two tiered justice system.
    Yeah, you are correct. Clinton had one violation and had to pay a fine. Trump has north of 10 violations that we know about without anything. Nothing. Are you really this dense? Come on, holy cow.
     
    Honig: The charges against Trump are obscure, and nearly entirely unprecedented. In fact, no state prosecutor — in New York, or Wyoming, or anywhere — has ever charged federal election laws as a direct or predicate state crime, against anyone, for anything. None. Ever."

    This has never happened before and it was done to harm Biden's opponent. Banana Republic
    Also noted is that no presidential candidate has ever done what Trump did. For that matter, no president has ever behaved in the way Trump has, so Honig’s statement is meaningless. It only takes a modicum of common sense to observe this.
     
    Nice post and all, but you failed to address how Clinton mislabeled the funds for the Steele Dossier(election interference) as legal expenses, but she only got a fine.

    Two tiered justice system.
    Was Clinton's campaign (or the DNC) operating as a business registered in New York?

    If so, when they filed financial statements with the state, were the funds you refer to mislabeled on those statements?
     
    Oh, what to do for a rabid racoon.



    "Rabid" is trended, and as has become the most usual thing in this day and age, it's once again all about that damned convict.

    Of course it is, who else would be caught on camera foaming at the mouth, "rapid" mouth crimiball !
     
    This is a NY State case, right?
    This article will answer some of the questions you may have


    What's next: Sentencing is set for July 11, after which Trump would have 30 days to file an appeal.

    • After a notice of appeal is filed, the case will go to the New York Appellate Division.
    • Once that court rules, the New York Court of Appeals — the state's highest court — can decide if it also wants to hear an appeal.
    • The Supreme Court could only get involved if some element of the appeal relates to the Constitution or federal law, which doesn't seem to apply, the experts said.
     
    This article will answer some of the questions you may have


    What's next: Sentencing is set for July 11, after which Trump would have 30 days to file an appeal.

    • After a notice of appeal is filed, the case will go to the New York Appellate Division.
    • Once that court rules, the New York Court of Appeals — the state's highest court — can decide if it also wants to hear an appeal.
    • The Supreme Court could only get involved if some element of the appeal relates to the Constitution or federal law, which doesn't seem to apply, the experts said.
    That’s what I thought. Even if Trump somehow wins the election, he cannot make this conviction go away.
     
    Well, it took a week. Trump is now saying he wanted to but his lawyers “held him back” from testifying.


    I actually believe this. I think his lawyers knew that getting him on the stand would have been even more disastrous and might have led to further problems down the line.
     
    I actually believe this. I think his lawyers knew that getting him on the stand would have been even more disastrous and might have led to further problems down the line.
    They may be terrible lawyers, but even a non-lawyer like me knows it's disaster to put a walking perjury machine on the stand.
     
    I actually believe this. I think his lawyers knew that getting him on the stand would have been even more disastrous and might have led to further problems down the line.

    The decision has to ultimately be the defendant’s. If a defendant wants to testify and the lawyer refuses to call him, it can be grounds for a mistrial or malpractice.
     
    The decision has to ultimately be the defendant’s. If a defendant wants to testify and the lawyer refuses to call him, it can be grounds for a mistrial or malpractice.

     
    And now that he’s found guilty on all, he can say “I wouldn’t have been found guilty if they had just let me testify. So unfair. The greatest injustice in history.”
     

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