It's not the whole grand grand slam, but Donald Trump just got a major victory from one of the places it was most important he get a win:
U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon has ruled that "Former President Donald Trump does not have to submit a declaration on whether the Justice Department planted evidence at Mar-a-Lago before his legal team reviews the stash."
Aileen Cannon had recently appointed a special master, but then promptly overruled him.
The special master, U.S. District Senior Judge Raymond Dearie, had sought a sworn document from Trump's legal team on whether the DOJ planted evidence.
Cannon also "pushed back key deadlines for the third-party special master review of material seized."
This gives Trump's legal team more time to present it's case in the manner they so desire, instead of rushing them to make decisions.
"There shall be no separate requirement on Plaintiff at this stage, prior to the review of any of the Seized Materials, to lodge ex ante final objections to the accuracy of Defendant’s Inventory, its descriptions, or its contents. The Court’s Appointment Order did not contemplate that obligation," Cannon said.
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