With Trial Starting Next Month, Manhattan DA Asks Judge For Gag Order In Trump's Hush-Money Case

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NEW YORK (AP) — Prosecutors in Donald Trump’s New York hush-money criminal case asked a judge Monday to impose a gag order on the former president ahead of next month’s trial, citing his “long history of making public and inflammatory remarks” about people involved in his legal cases.


The Manhattan district attorney’s office asked for what they called a “narrowly tailored” gag order that would bar Trump from making or directing others to make public statements about potential witnesses and jurors, as well as statements meant to interfere with or harass the court’s staff, prosecution team or their families. The request excludes comments about the district attorney, Alvin Bragg.

Jury selection in the case is scheduled to begin March 25. The judge, Juan Manuel Merchan, didn’t immediately rule. Messages seeking comment were left with Trump’s lawyers.

Self-regulation is not a viable alternative, as defendant’s recent history makes plain,” prosecutors wrote in court papers. Trump, they said, “has a longstanding and perhaps singular history” of using social media, campaign speeches and other public statements to “attack individuals that he considers to be adversaries.”
 
Trump, they said, “has a longstanding and perhaps singular history” of using social media, campaign speeches and other public statements to “attack individuals that he considers to be adversaries.”
Much the same as you have just done with this post. HYPOCRITE. Just shut him up and you and your ilk will be free to crucify him in any way you so desire, eh?
 
NEW YORK (AP) — Prosecutors in Donald Trump’s New York hush-money criminal case asked a judge Monday to impose a gag order on the former president ahead of next month’s trial, citing his “long history of making public and inflammatory remarks” about people involved in his legal cases.


The Manhattan district attorney’s office asked for what they called a “narrowly tailored” gag order that would bar Trump from making or directing others to make public statements about potential witnesses and jurors, as well as statements meant to interfere with or harass the court’s staff, prosecution team or their families. The request excludes comments about the district attorney, Alvin Bragg.

Jury selection in the case is scheduled to begin March 25. The judge, Juan Manuel Merchan, didn’t immediately rule. Messages seeking comment were left with Trump’s lawyers.

Self-regulation is not a viable alternative, as defendant’s recent history makes plain,” prosecutors wrote in court papers. Trump, they said, “has a longstanding and perhaps singular history” of using social media, campaign speeches and other public statements to “attack individuals that he considers to be adversaries.”
Who doesn’t attack people they consider adversaries?
 
A defendant does not have a right to threaten and intimidate. That is for the Judge to decide, not you Concerned American or me. Bone up on court etiquette.
 
A defendant does not have a right to threaten and intimidate. That is for the Judge to decide, not you Concerned American or me. Bone up on court etiquette.
Most all of that is feelings and are description of feelings
Let’s try some facts that need to be stopped from becoming public
 
NEW YORK (AP) — Prosecutors in Donald Trump’s New York hush-money criminal case asked a judge Monday to impose a gag order on the former president ahead of next month’s trial, citing his “long history of making public and inflammatory remarks” about people involved in his legal cases.


The Manhattan district attorney’s office asked for what they called a “narrowly tailored” gag order that would bar Trump from making or directing others to make public statements about potential witnesses and jurors, as well as statements meant to interfere with or harass the court’s staff, prosecution team or their families. The request excludes comments about the district attorney, Alvin Bragg.

Jury selection in the case is scheduled to begin March 25. The judge, Juan Manuel Merchan, didn’t immediately rule. Messages seeking comment were left with Trump’s lawyers.

Self-regulation is not a viable alternative, as defendant’s recent history makes plain,” prosecutors wrote in court papers. Trump, they said, “has a longstanding and perhaps singular history” of using social media, campaign speeches and other public statements to “attack individuals that he considers to be adversaries.”

You know you're in a banana republic when talking about what the government is doing becomes illegal.
 
Again, link to any threats he has made to any individual. Kangaroo court judges should be disbarred. Donkey.
I don't have to. Trump does have to follow the Judge's direction. That is not kangaroo court behavior. But your argument is kangarooish. You are not in charge.
Most all of that is feelings and are description of feelings
Let’s try some facts that need to be stopped from becoming public
The only feelings here are yours. Behave in public. Don't act loony or thuggish.
 
You know you're in a banana republic when talking about what the government is doing becomes illegal.
You know it’s communism when you can’t defend yourself and are directed to prove yourself innocent and “non intimidating”
I guess at 6’3 225 and fit as a fiddle I’m just naturally intimidating and may be in need of arrest for that-what say ye lib loons???
 
Bragg is a piece of shit who needs to recuse himself and have the case reassigned to Cattaraugas County where the people would be able to get a fair disposition of this bullshit case.
 

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