Supreme Court To Intervene? Trump Case Not Over Yet

Former President Trump has pleaded with the Supreme Court to step in with his hush-money case.

Judge Juan Merchan will sentence Donald Trump on July 11, only four days before the GOP National Convention, when the party expects to announce the former president as its presidential nominee. More than 30 days have passed since a jury in New York found him guilty on all 34 counts of falsifying business records.

Trump posted on Truth Social, saying, “The ‘Sentencing’ for not doing anything wrong will be, conveniently for these Fascists, four days before the GOP National Convention.” A decision that will determine the future of our nation will be made by a Radical Left, Soros-backed D.A. who ran on a platform of ‘I will get Donald Trump,’ reporting to a ‘Acting’ Judge appointed by the Dems, who is highly conflicted?” The US Supreme Court MUST MAKE A RULE!”

Todd Blanche, Trump’s attorney, stated that it was improbable that Trump’s group would request a change in the date of his sentencing. They “want to move forward with an appeal,” he said to CBS News.

Will Scharf, another Trump lawyer, hinted to CNN on Friday that they intended to ask the Supreme Court to weigh in. In order to defend President Trump’s rights, “we are going to take this as far as we need to, including to the U.S. Supreme Court,” he declared.

A Manhattan borough jury found Trump guilty of a crime on Thursday, following evidence that he had given hush money to several women in 2018 who said they had an affair with him. Trump has insisted on his innocence and declined to testify.

The Supreme Court has taken up Trump-related cases. In March, the country’s highest court stated that states could not prevent him from appearing on their ballots in November. Additionally, it has heard oral arguments in Trump’s presidential immunity case, which aims to set a precedent in light of the 54 more accusations that the country’s prosecutors have brought against him.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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