Judge Shoots Down Trump's Request To Intimidate Jurors
Donald Trump and his lawyers actually tried to get the personal information of the jury so that they could intimidate them.
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Entitlement Doesn’t Begin To Describe What Trump Tried To Do
As has been documented, things are not going well on the legal front for Donald Trump. E. Jean Carroll’s lawsuit against the former president after he defamed her is a notch below the media attention that Trump’s numerous criminal legal investigations are getting, but that doesn’t mean that Trump isn’t trying to pull the same old stunts.
Trump filed a motion to get the court to use a juror questionnaire that would have turned over personal information about the jurors to Trump and his lawyers.
The former president wanted to know the names of the jurors, where they worked, their addresses, and where their families worked.
Trump is so entitled that he thought a judge would allow him to collect the personal information of members of the jury and their families.
There are probably lots of MAGA judges who would have played along, but that is not what happened in New York.
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