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Department of Justice, Trump each offered special masters for Mar-a-Lago probe. Here are 4 nominees

Chief Justice Eileen Cannon, Trump-appointed judge over case, earlier this week provided former The President’s request for the appointment of a third party lawyer, known as special master, self review in materials — including more more than 100 classified documents that the FBI seized from his residence and resort in Florida.
legal team argued that the Department of Justice could not be trusted to independently review for potentially privileged materials what should be isolated off from criminal probe. Ministry of Justice on Thursday appealed the ruling special master review because he argued that the order put the US national security in risk.

Cannon said she would decide “the exact details and mechanics”. of in special master process “promptly” after both parties submit their proposals, but this is not clear when the judge will rule or what form that decision will take.

Here are four people nominated in duel offers to serve special master:

Thomas Griffith, Justice Department nominee

Thomas Griffith, retired federal judge and George W. Bush appointee, served on District Court for the District of Columbia of Appeals from 2005 to 2020 AT one of his final major rulings before retiring, he wrote a majority opinion rejecting an attempt by House Democrats to subpoena Trump. former White House Counsel Don McGahn. ( decision was later folded.)
In the years since his retirement, Griffith co-authored the report along with other prominent conservative Lawyers, Officials Expose Trump’s Massive Fraud Lies in elections 2020. And he publicly endorsed the candidacy of President Joe Biden. of Ketanji Brown Jackson will serve on Supreme Court.

Barbara Jones, Department of Justice nominee

Barbara Jones, another retired federal judge and Clinton appointee, is former federal prosecutor and retired judge from the Southern District of New York from 1995 to 2012. She brings a lot of special master experience to the table, recently filed in this position for three loud criminal investigations with political implications.

She was called to serve as special master to study materials captured during an FBI raid of Rudy Giuliani home as well as office in April 2021. She was also a special master in case of Michael Cohen to sure the investigators did not sweep up any documents that were confidential to the lawyer and the client. Both Giuliani and Cohen were Trump’s lawyers while the Justice Department was investigating them.
More recently, Jones has been special master who explored materials which the FBI seized from Project Veritas, a far-right group which is often aimed at Democrats and media organizations with undercover bites. Jones was delivered in to review materials for First Amendment and Counsel-Client Considerations.

Paul Hack Jr., Trump nominee

Huck, who has his own law firm, was a partner in the Jones Day law firm that represented Trump. campaign in 2016 and also a participant conservative law organization federalist society.

Huck also previously served as deputy prosecutor general for Florida and how general counsel to former Florida Governor Charlie Crist. who was a Republican at the time, but was a member of the Democratic Party of United States House of Representatives and is the Democratic nominee for governor in Florida. Chris Kise, Trump current lawyer, also worked for crist and overlap with Huck. They worked together at a Florida law firm. generalx office.

Huck’s wife, Barbara Lagoa, was on Trump short list as a candidate for the Supreme Court after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Raymond Dirie, Trump nominee

Deary, the Reagan nominee, served as a federal judge. in New York since 1986. Retired. in 2011 and now senior judge on scheme.

Expensive also served sevenyear term on U.S. Foreign Intelligence Court or FISA Court. He was one of judges who approved FBI and DOJ request for surveillance of Carter Page, Trump campaign foreign policy advisor, composed of federal investigation into whether Russia interfered in elections in 2016.
The process federal investigators used to obtain FISA warrants was convoluted. with mistakes and general negligence, according to a Justice Department inspector general report. Two of four surveillance warrants issued by FISA’s secret court against Page have since been invalidated, including one approved Dear in June 2017 — because of omissions and errors in submission of the FBI to the court.

Trump teamnomination of Darling is notable in that Trump has repeatedly criticized FISA surveillance and claimed without evidence that it was part of the of deep state conspiracy to undermine it campaign.

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