October 14, 2023

Judge Cannon Blasts Prosecution During Trump Co-Defendants' Hearing

The federal judge overseeing Donald Trump's classified documents case in Florida has a SERIOUS message for the prosecution:

Stop "wasting the court's time."

Judge Aileen Cannon was upset that the prosecution had been wasting the court's time by not raising arguments in required filings ahead of the hearing.

Ultimately, Cannon ended up postponing a conflict-of-interest hearing for defendant Walt Nauta.

Nauta is Donald Trump's valet who is currently being represented by attorney Stanley Woodward.

Prosecutors waited until Oct. 12 to raise fresh objections about whether or not Woodward should be allowed to question a key witness in the case.

Woodward complained to the judge that the prosecutors should have had to raise their arguments with the appropriate court filings ahead of the hearing so that Woodward and Nauta could discuss the arguments.

Cannon seemed to agree that the prosecution was trying dirty tactics and had to put them in line.

The judge appeared to be angry as she was criticizing this "last-minute introduction" by Jack Smith's team.

Cannon's ability to employ common sense alive in America's judicial system might be one of the things on which Trump leans to get him through his trials.

Even if Trump has literally never done anything wrong, millions of dollars' worth of lawyers seem to have the ability to make things look anyway that they want. As a result, I wouldn't be surprised to see Trump end up in a sticky situation or two throughout his upcoming lawsuits.

What do you think about this story?

Is there any chance that Trump is going to come through all of this unscathed?

Is there any chance that Trump becomes our president again?

Is there any chance that Trump is found guilty AND becomes our president again?

Only time will tell.

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