denied DOJ request for sealed filings, placing two from the file
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(FOX NEWS) – The federal choose overseeing the categorised paperwork case in opposition to former President Donald Trump delivered a number of blows to Particular Counsel Jack Smith’s efforts in a short Monday.
Decide Aileen Cannon of the Southern District of Florida – who’s presiding over the case stemming from a Miami grand jury’s June indictment of Trump – denied the Division of Justice’s (DOJ) request for sealed filings, placing two from the file.
Cannon additionally requested extra data from prosecutors relating to the continued use of an out-of-state grand jury to research the case.
“The Particular Counsel states in conclusory phrases that the complement ought to be sealed from public view ‘to comport with grand jury secrecy,’ however the movement for depart and the complement plainly fail to fulfill the burden of building a ample authorized or factual foundation to warrant sealing the movement and complement,” Cannon wrote within the temporary, denying the DOJ’s request.
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