Trump’s Lawyer Says Chances Of Charges Are Unlikely

A former attorney for President Trump recently stated that he doesn’t expect criminal charges to be brought in relation to the discovery of documents at Mar-a-Lago.

Sunday’s episode of NBC’s “Meet the Press” included Timothy Parlatore’s disclosure.

It is necessary to consider the details and the law when evaluating each case. It is important to determine if the case is provable. Additionally, there are other factors to consider, such as discretion and whether a prosecution is appropriate. Can it be interpreted in multiple ways, or is it a clear case? Parlatore stated.

Many conservatives, seeing the FBI’s raid on his house as a publicity gimmick by the left, pushed back strongly against the agency.

Many believe the raid was motivated by politics since it occurred just before Trump’s reelection bid in 2024.

In no time, the public will learn whether Trump will face charges or if the special counsel does not feel there is sufficient evidence to proceed with the investigation.

Trump said through Truth Social that the Joe Biden Department of Justice had indicted him over files seized during a previous FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago.

The Department of Justice has reportedly filed a seven-count indictment, as reported by the media.  The charges are not specified. On Tuesday at 3:00 p.m., President Trump must appear in Federal Court in Miami.

According to the New York Times, it is still undetermined whether additional classified papers were found at Mar-a-Lago and what damage, if any, his possession of them caused to national security. The nature of some of the documents found in Mr. Trump’s possession is known; for example, he had been holding onto letters from the North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. 

According to an online outlet, it’s possible that the evidence against President Trump looks good on paper because of legal showmanship.  At some point, though, the prosecution will have a problem with these definitions, and the matter will have to be taken to a higher court for discovery and pre-trial debate.