Among U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon's decisions was her determination that Trump will not be required to submit a filing regarding the accuracy of the Justice Department's inventory, even though he disputed this.
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The much needed appellate intervention puts the Mar-a-Lago investigation back on track.
U.S. District Judge Raymond J. Dearie's case management plan comes after a preconference hearing with the Justice Department and former President Trump's counsel to discuss proposals was held on Sept. 20.
The provisions of Cannons order that were stricken include Paragraph 6, which requires the Special Master to submit interim reports and recommendations to the court throughout their review, as well as Paragraph 5(b)(i)(bb), which requires that classified documents under review be made available to Trump’s counsel for inspection under supervision of the special master.
On Wednesday evening, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion granting the Justice Department's motion for a partial stay.
The Justice Department's reply relates to its motion for partial stay pending appeal in the Eleventh Circuit.
As Trump and the Justice Department argue before the newly appointed special master Judge Raymond Dearie and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, what exactly is being argued over and how? And what hurdles to a speedy resolution remain?
Former President Donald Trump filed his response to the Justice Department's motion for partial stay pending appeal in the Eleventh Circuit.
It seems unlikely, due to the difficulties of crafting one and enforcing it, that a plea bargain can stop former President Donald Trump from running for or holding the presidency.