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Thursday, November 10, 2022

The Justice Department has reportedly been considering the appointment of a Special Counsel to complete investigations of former President Donald Trump ...

Let's put aside the highly complex crimes associated with Trump's role in fomenting the January 6 insurrection and plotting the attempted coup that preceded it. Even for the narrower case involving the willful retention of government documents shipped to Mar-a-Lago, it would take a small miracle for an indictment, even one filed this month, to go to trial before January 2024 and for any ensuing trial to be completed before February.


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Found a not pay-walled copy of the article. www.wral.com

Pay attention to the very similar Houston case, jury found the person guilty for a very similar misdemeanor.

Concluding paragraph.

"What is the definition of reckless conduct?" Brant said. "Carrying weapons? In a state that requires no permit? And no license? I mean, help me understand, what's the reckless conduct?" This article originally appeared in The New York Times.
A Harris County jury found it so it's somewhere but that's just one case. The prosecutor summed the practical dilemma; "How long does it take to go from in a manner calculated to alarm' to deadly conduct?" said Beedle, who helped handle the Herrera case. "A millisecond, right?"

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