The Justice Department laid out a detailed timeline of events and revealed a photo of some documents recovered at Mar-a-Lago.
A federal judge canceled a hearing on whether the government legally seized the pro-Trump lawyer's cellphone in June.
A filing claimed that the Justice Department was criminalizing the former president’s possession of “his own presidential records,” a stance at odds with the Presidential Records Act.
Federal agents arrayed classified materials on a floor at former President Donald J. Trump’s Florida residence for a photograph as a standard part of their evidence-gathering procedures.
Two lawyers for former President Donald J. Trump are under increased scrutiny after new details emerged about a failure to fully comply with a subpoena for documents marked as classified.
In response to the Justice Department filing, lawyers for Donald Trump say prosecutors “significantly mischaracterized” some of their interactions with Trump’s representatives.
Trump and his allies claim that he declassified the documents he took to Mar-a-Lago. Whether his lawyers repeat those claims in court is another story.
Included in the government's latest court filing — in its effort to investigate Donald Trump's handling of classified materials — is a single, tantalizing photograph showing an array of documents found on the property of the former president's Florida resort.
The Justice Department's court filing Tuesday laying out the case that classified documents had been concealed at Mar-a-Lago raises new scrutiny for former President Donald Trump's lawyers who worked with federal investigators to return classified material to the government.
The attorney general has multiple hurdles to overcome if he really wants to bring a criminal case against the former president.
A filing by Alina Habba in the case over Trump’s business empire could create exposure in the matter of classified information being stored at the ex-president’s home.
Former President Trump’s legal team is arguing that the sensitive information contained in classified documents recovered from his Florida home “should have never been cause for alarm,” in its late…
Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi warned that the Justice Department may be trying to corrupt a jury by disclosing a photograph of classified documents found at former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort.
Donald Trump's legal team shot back at the Department of Justice following an explosive filing from prosecutors Tuesday that included a photo of classified documents obtained from the former president's Mar-a-Lago resort.
Including that he may have obstructed justice by hiding classified documents at Mar-a-Lago.
Trump thinks that ex-president's are somehow a protected class under the law. The Justice Department disagrees.
A legal back-and-forth produced a straightforward narrative of how Mr. Trump and his lawyers repeatedly dodged the government’s attempts to recover sensitive documents for more than a year.
Former President Donald Trump argued in a court filing Wednesday that the National Archives should have expected to find classified material among the 15 boxes Trump turned over in January from Mar-a-Lago because they were presidential records.
The filing argues the ex-president’s team hasn’t had fair insight into what the DOJ is doing. But it’s also notable for what is omitted.
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