‘Convictions’ Coming For Trump Within Weeks…

According to Alan Dershowitz, a Professor Emeritus at Harvard Law School, it is anticipated that Donald Trump may face conviction on certain counts before to the upcoming 2024 presidential election.

Donald Trump is presently confronted with a total of 91 felony charges subsequent to his fourth series of indictments in the month of August.

According to Dershowitz, who served as legal counsel for Trump during his initial impeachment trial in 2020, he expressed to America’s Voice that certain trials will be concluded prior to the 2024 election.

“Oh yeah, that’s the problem,” he replied when asked if Trump would be charged before 2024.

“We’re going to have some convictions of Donald Trump because he’s being tried in districts where you can’t get a fair trial, and then these convictions will be reversed after the election,” he said.

“That’s the strategy,” the defense attorney continued.

“The strategy is down and dirty, unlawful convictions to influence the election, and then we don’t care if they’re reversed after the election because, by that time, it will have had the intended impact on the election,” he added.

“So yeah, I think we’ll see some convictions,” Dershowitz said.

The defense attorney emphasized a legal case in New York involving Alvin Bragg, a Democrat who serves as the Manhattan District Attorney. The attorney suggested that the president had engaged in the act of falsifying business records during the 2016 presidential election.

“New York, they can convict a ham sandwich whose name is Trump,” he said.

Dershowitz further asserted the existence of a comparable legal matter in Fulton County, Georgia, whose District Attorney Fani Willis had levied charges against Trump for his alleged attempts to undermine the integrity of the 2020 presidential election.

Special counsel Jack Smith has issued indictments against President Trump, accusing him of purportedly mishandling confidential information and engaging in efforts to undermine the outcome of the 2020 election.

According to a story by The New York Times, the commencement of Bragg’s trial and Smith’s case involving electoral subversion is scheduled for March 2024, while the case pertaining to sensitive documents is slated for May.

Nevertheless, the specific date for the commencement of Willis’ prosecution trial has yet to be determined.

According to Alan Dershowitz, it is advisable to postpone the examination of the documents case until after the 2024 election, primarily because to the vast amount of evidence that defense attorneys would be need to thoroughly review.

It was observed that DC District Judge Tanya Chutkan expressed the view that there exists a societal interest in expediting the trial proceedings for Trump.

“Read the Constitution,” Dershowitz said of that notion.

“It’s the right of the defendant to a speedy trial.

“The defendant also has the right to prepare for a trial adequately, and if you have 12 million pages of discovery, no lawyer can prepare for a trial within several months,” he added.

“This trial definitely ought to be put off until after the election,” he charged.

Dershowitz’s assertion is accurate.

The allegations against President Trump are perceived by some as being politically motivated rather than driven by a pursuit of justice.

If Donald Trump had not been a candidate for the presidency, it is likely that the Democratic party would not have initiated the legal proceedings.

In addition to the issuance of indictments, there exist endeavors aimed at preventing the inclusion of Trump on the 2024 electoral ballot.

In recent weeks, a presidential contender hailing from Texas initiated legal proceedings with the aim of preventing Donald Trump’s inclusion on the Oklahoma ballot for the 2024 election. This endeavor can be characterized as lacking in merit and indicative of a sense of desperation.

John Anthony Castro, an individual lacking significant public recognition, imitated legal actions initiated by progressive organizations with the intention of impeding Donald Trump’s ascension as the Republican Party’s nominee.

According to a story by The Washington Times, Mr. Castro aims to compel judges in 11 states to examine the merits of the complaint, which alleges that Trump engaged in rebellion during the January 6, 2021, disturbance at the US Capitol, so rendering him ineligible for political office.

Previous endeavors to undermine the Trump campaign encountered an obstacle in the form of legal standing. Judicial rulings determined that the plaintiffs lacked sufficient evidence of injury caused by the Trump campaign, so precluding them from initiating legal proceedings.

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