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BREAKING: President Trump Wins In Court Against Jack Smith


Wow! Trump finally get some justice.

The federal judge presiding over the legal case concerning the 2020 election involving former President Donald Trump has shown alignment with Trump’s defense team on a protective order for evidence. However, the judge also favored the prosecutors by expanding the scope of what constitutes “sensitive” material deserving protection.

According to Fox, Donald Trump’s attorneys returned to a federal court in Washington, D.C., for their initial hearing before U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan. She oversees the case regarding Special Counsel Jack Smith’s investigation into alleged election interference by Trump during the 2020 election.

During the hearing, Chutkan deliberated over the evidence restrictions in the case. Prosecutors had advocated for broad regulations preventing Trump’s legal team from sharing “sensitive” information with him. This included witness testimonies given to the grand jury, as well as recordings and transcripts of conversations between Trump’s associates and the prosecutors. In response, Trump’s lawyers argued that this request was overly sweeping and infringed on Trump’s First Amendment rights.

In a decision that was described as “close,” Chutkan expressed her skepticism about the government’s ability to demonstrate that all gathered information warranted a protective order. She ruled that only explicitly “sensitive” data should be safeguarded. Nevertheless, she sided with the prosecution’s viewpoint that witness interviews and transcripts from the grand jury’s investigation should be classified as “sensitive.”

Chutkan stated, “While the defendant has the right to free speech, that right is not without limits. Without a protective order, information could potentially be released to influence the jury pool.”

Federal prosecutor Thomas Windom argued that these restrictions were crucial to prevent the “inappropriate distribution of materials, including to the public.”

Chutkan acknowledged the concerns but refrained from issuing a blanket order. Trump’s lawyer, John Lauro, contended that the government’s request was “unprecedented.”

“We are dealing with unique circumstances. We have a defendant running for president, and the DOJ has brought charges against him,” Lauro argued.


Chutkan acknowledged the situation but emphasized that the orderly administration of justice took precedence over political considerations. She pointed out that the necessity for a smooth legal process meant that limits would be imposed on the defendant’s speech in a criminal case.

Regarding the potential impact on the presidential campaign, Chutkan made it clear that her decisions would not be influenced by such factors. “I cannot and will not factor in the effect on a campaign for either side,” she asserted.

Trump’s legal team sought to convince the judge that the breadth of the government’s request could hinder Trump’s ability to respond to political attacks during his campaign without risking a breach of the protection order.

Chutkan assured that Trump’s rights would be upheld and reaffirmed her commitment to excluding political considerations from her decisions.

Chutkan, appointed by President Obama, has gained a reputation for being stringent in Jan. 6 riot cases. The Associated Press reported that she has been the strictest judge against Jan. 6 defendants within Washington’s federal trial court. The Justice Department has undertaken an extensive prosecution effort, with over 800 cases, stemming from the Capitol Riot on January 6, 2021.

Chutkan has issued sentences that exceeded DOJ requests in seven instances, aligned with their requests in four cases, and has sentenced 11 riot defendants to imprisonment. In four instances where the DOJ didn’t seek jail time, Chutkan handed down prison sentences ranging from 14 to 45 days.

Donald Trump is facing charges related to conspiracy to defraud the United States, obstruction of an official proceeding, and conspiracy against rights, stemming from Jack Smith’s investigation into the 2020 election and the Capitol Riot on January 6, 2021.

As the leading contender for the GOP in the 2024 election, Trump has entered a plea of not guilty to all charges.