Judge plans assign special master in Trump case

WASHINGTON (AP) – Federal Judge in Florida told the Justice Department on Saturday to give her with more specific information about secret records removed from former President Donald Trump’s estate in Florida and said that her “preliminary intention” was to appoint special master in a business.

A two-page order from U.S. District Judge Eileen Cannon indicates that she is inclined to grant the request of Trump’s lawyers. who asked this week for appointment of independent special master to oversee review records taken from Mar-a-Lago and define everything that can be protected by executive privilege, and ensure Return of any documents outside scale of search warrant.

The judge scheduled a hearing on Thursday to further discuss the matter, suggesting the Justice Department will have chance object to a judge’s decision intentions. In other recent high-profile cases in which the special the master was appointed, the man was former judge.

A gun also instructed the Ministry of Justice to file for seal with her more detailed descriptions of in material taken from Trump’s estate “with all property captured.” former Presidential lawyers complained that investigators did not reveal enough information them about what specific documents were removed when the agents executed the search warrant on August 8 watch for secret documents.

special the appointment of a foreman, if it occurs, is unlikely to significantly affect direction of investigation by the Department of Justice, although this possible en outside review of documents can slow down the investigation down.


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