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Why Alvin Bragg’s Hush Money Case Is An Excellent Plan B For Holding Trump Accountable

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The potential delay of Donald Trump’s federal criminal trial on charges of interfering with the 2020 election could lead to his first criminal trial being held in Manhattan on state charges.

The D.C. trial may not go first due to Trump’s appeals, potentially leading to the Manhattan trial taking place first.

“It’s possible that Trump’s appeals in the D.C. case won’t be resolved before March 25, when Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s prosecution is set for trial,” the report noted. (Trending: Bud Light Gets Bad News Ahead of Christmas)

“Bragg previously has been sensitive to the priority of Smith’s Jan. 6-related prosecution and he could ask to delay the New York trial. But guessing at an appellate decision date in a related case is not the province of prosecutors.”

“Bragg’s duty is to try the Manhattan grand jury’s indictment as scheduled.”

The New York case involves charges related to a hush money payment to Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election, which could have influenced the election’s outcome.

The prosecutors aim to highlight the significance of the case for the nation and emphasize the importance of legal accountability for Trump’s actions.

If the federal appeals stall the D.C. prosecution, the Manhattan trial could serve as a crucial backstop against Trump’s legal maneuvers.

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