DA Bragg’s Attorneys Make Error When Laying Out Underlying Crime in ‘Hush Money’ Case

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The legal battle between the attorneys representing corrupt District Attorney Alvin Bragg of New York and President Trump has taken a significant turn due to a critical error made by the prosecution team.

The case against President Trump is now in jeopardy, prompting his attorneys to seek a dismissal.

The prosecutors in New York have disclosed that they believe Donald Trump was attempting to conceal another crime while falsifying business records – specifically, they claim he was unlawfully promoting his candidacy.

However, a crucial flaw in their argument has been exposed: the New York statute they are relying on applies only to elections within the state, not federal elections.

As Donald Trump was running for the federal office of President of the United States, not a state office, the premise of using this statute as a basis for elevating charges against him is fundamentally flawed and should not stand.

Additionally, prosecutors cannot substitute a federal law for this purpose. Furthermore, the Federal Election Commission has twice declined to prosecute claims that hush money payments made by Trump violated federal laws.

In their legal analysis, Bragg and Colangelo assert that Trump, along with Cohen and Pecker, conspired to secure his election as President. However, this argument falls apart upon closer scrutiny.

The prosecution’s reliance on accounting entries allegedly made by President Trump in 2017 to impact the 2016 election is unfounded and illogical.

Moreover, even individuals with left-leaning political views are questioning the validity of the evidence presented in this case.

President Trump currently faces 34 counts of falsifying business records related to payments made to Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election.

Legal analyst Lisa Rubin highlighted on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” the lack of direct evidence tying Trump to these specific crimes and emphasized doubts about proving his personal involvement in falsifying business records.

Following his inauguration in January 2017, President Trump transferred control of his companies to his sons. Therefore, any accounting entries under question were made after this transfer occurred – making it implausible for him to have personally influenced them.

The focus on accounting details in this case appears perplexing to anyone familiar with financial reporting practices within large organizations.

In light of these critical errors and inconsistencies within the prosecution’s case against President Trump, it becomes imperative for his legal team to seek a dismissal of all charges brought forth by DA Bragg’s office in New York.

The lack of solid evidence linking Trump directly to the alleged crimes raises serious doubts about the validity and integrity of this legal pursuit.

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