April 9, 2024

Trump Hush-Money Trial Jury Questionnaire Released by Judge

Next week, jury selection for the Trump hush-money case brought by Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg is expected to start.

Trump has tried to have the case delayed, but his motions, at least thus far, have been defeated.

This week, the reality of that case starting has hit, with Judge Merchan releasing the questionnaire that will be used during jury selection.

Jury Selection About to Begin

Judge Merchan released a questionnaire this week that features 42 questions that jurors will be asked as part of the selection process.

A total of 15 of those questions are directly related to Donald Trump, while another portion of that questionnaire is related to Trump’s allies and enemies.

Among the questions listed are about the different types of media, including social media, the possible jurist reviews on a daily basis.

Other questions ask if the possible juror has worked or volunteered for Donald Trump in a work or campaign capacity at any time.

They are also being asked if they have attended a Donald Trump rally in the past.

While the trial is set for next week, do not expect Donald Trump to back off on trying to have this case delayed.

Trump is now trying to have Judge Merchan removed from the case after it was made public that Merchan’s daughter is profiting off Trump’s criminal cases.

After Trump posted about this on his social media account, Merchan extended the gag order he had put in place to also block Trump from speaking about family members of the court.

Trump recently stated that he would be more than willing to go to jail if he is found in violation of that gag order so that he can expose Judge Merchan and the activist prosecutors and judges assigned to his cases.

I suspect that if Trump continues to violate the gag order, he may get his wish sooner rather than later.

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