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17. This is not the criminal case
Sun Feb 25, 2024, 08:43 PM
Feb 2024

it is the civil defamation case with E. Jean Carroll and is about the judgement already rendered and that specific appeal. My discussion is about the financial judgements and his strategy for that. The criminal trials are not what I was referencing. The financial cases going to the USC is doubtful and there is little to think the court will take an appeal on the financial cases. My use of the word might is about this specific case. They might use that step of appealing the denial of the motion or they may file a request for reconsideration with the trial court judge before that. See how the word "might" describes one of several possible avenues of action in a specific case rather than describing an overall philosophy?

Judges on Trump cases should have a collection of rubber stamps Ocelot II Feb 2024 #1
How about mobeau69 Feb 2024 #4
Not a Rubber Stamp. They need one of these maxrandb Feb 2024 #18
Tic-Tock the clock is running, sick fuck. mobeau69 Feb 2024 #2
Add a million every time he says her name or complains. Please. twodogsbarking Feb 2024 #3
Judge: plus it'll be another 83 million if he doesn't keep his pie-hole shut about Ms. Caroll Walleye Feb 2024 #5
He hasn't fired Habba yet? ificandream Feb 2024 #6
She won't leave SallyHemmings Feb 2024 #19
Next might be an appeal of the denial moniss Feb 2024 #7
Might? This will go all the way to scotus if they can get a stay getagrip_already Feb 2024 #9
This is not the criminal case moniss Feb 2024 #17
Good republianmushroom Feb 2024 #8
Here is the letter from Judge Kaplan to TFG's counsel LetMyPeopleVote Feb 2024 #10
Thanks! BumRushDaShow Feb 2024 #11
Awesome news! Put the $83 million + interest in escrow and then file your frivolous motions. n/t iluvtennis Feb 2024 #12
Is there interest building up on that one too? Think. Again. Feb 2024 #13
I'm wondering if federal court filing fees might be too low? LiberalFighter Feb 2024 #14
"The figure awarded to Ms. Carroll is egregiously excessive" LudwigPastorius Feb 2024 #15
Laughing at this part of the story ... ificandream Feb 2024 #16
I wonder how much Trumps lawyers are raking in?? riversedge Feb 26 #20
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