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Normally, if a defendant finds that he is the target of a criminal investigation, he does an assessment with his lawyer (ideally, a good criminal defense lawyer). First, they evaluate the case. Do they have any defenses? Any reason to hope for a court win? 1/
Replying to @Teri_Kanefield
What’s the negative on “picking a fight” with the DOJ? They’re not going to go easier on him because he was nice. His chance to be cooperative has passed, what’s the benefit of not fighting tooth and nail and dragging this out at every turn? Seems like the smartest strategy

Sep 29, 2022 · 8:22 PM UTC

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I realize with Trump, we are not in the arena of normal for several reasons. But targets of investigations often don't realize that they are actually in big trouble and they have an unrealistic sense of what they can gain from court battles. 2/
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If there are no defenses and the guy was caught red-handed, a good defense lawyer will try to "sue for peace" (to use @reichellaw's phrase). This means trying to get your client out of the mess with the least harm to the client. The best time to do that is pre-indictment. 3/
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The way to have defended Trump was to stop all of this at the beginning. I think his good lawyers tried. Even after he walked away with everything, he could have probably just returned the documents and would not be in trouble now. 4/
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@Teri_Kanefield have you written how you would defend a client in this current position? (ignoring that I doubt you would). What so far could be appealed by Trump?
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There may have been a points early on when he could have prevented an indictment. The federal criminal justice system rewards people who cooperate early. We're past "early." This is the "sue for peace" stage, not the "fight like hell and really tick off the DOJ" stage. 5/
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I’m waiting for a 2/ Because nothing is normal about a President trying to overthrow an election. 😂😂
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I mean trumps a guy who counts a negotiated settlement as a win for his side , so … yeah…
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Normally……not a word EVER associated with Ftrump!
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The negative on Trump is the effects on the reputation and careers of his attorney and A. Cannon. The negative on Trump is also the "witch hunt" he's stirring up by disturbing a hornets nest of prosecutors against anyone close to him
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Trump cares nothing for collateral damage to those who work with him … their reputations, livelihoods, and lives matter not to TFG.
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BREAKING: Judge Cannon rules Trump does not have to comply with deadlines stipulated by the DOJ or the Special Master and does not have to submit a declaration about whether FBI “planted evidence” at MAL. This woman is the biggest disgrace in the history of the federal judiciary.
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