Former President Trump’s legal counsel said a Fourth Amendment-related legal action will occur “very soon.”
Trump’s legal counsel said that he’s preparing to file against the Department of Justice in relation to the Mar-a-Lago raid.
“James Trusty, a former federal prosecutor, said that Trump’s legal team is going to ‘weigh in very strong and very hard,'” reported Fox News.
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Trusty stated that they are going to be “attacking” the search warrant used in the raid performer by the FBI on the former president’s Florida estate.
“It should be something that gets publicly filed. So the whole United States will get to read this thing,” Trusty said.
“As for the timing of the move, Trusty said Monday is a ‘possiblity’ but added ‘it’s probably going to be more like hours,'” reported Fox.
“You know, the Fourth Amendment requires particularity. It requires narrowness to the intrusion on the person’s home. And this warrant had language in it,” Trusty said.
“And keep in mind, all we’ve seen is a warrant and an inventory. But the warrant has language in it about if you find a classified document, you can take the whole box around, it and you can take any boxes near it. And that’s really the functional equivalent of a general search. There’s just no limit to that kind of scope in the warrant,” Trusty added.
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