Trump has “serious probability of being convicted” – Libération

Trump has “serious probability of being convicted” – Libération
Trump has “serious probability of being convicted” – Libération

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As the jury prepares to begin its deliberations, former judge George Grasso deciphers the final lessons of six weeks of debates between prosecutors and lawyers of the former president, concluded Tuesday, May 28.

After the final argument of the defense and the lengthy indictment of the prosecutors, delivered Tuesday May 28, the criminal trial of Donald Trump in New York enters its final chapter, with the necessarily indecipherable deliberations of the jury. Like the twelve New Yorkers who make up the latter, the recently retired magistrate George Grasso did not miss a day or an hour of hearing in more than six weeks, spent weighing each of the documents and words placed in the file, blackening out notebooks, and share with us, randomly in the elevators and corridors of the court, the frank fluctuations that sometimes followed, from one day to the next, the progression of his doubts, then of his conviction.

Elevated to the rank of vice prefect after three decades in the ranks of the New York Police Department, before serving as a judge of the city’s criminal court from 2010 until his retirement in 2022, Grasso delivered to Release its conclusions and predictions at the twilight of what certain American media, New Yorker has Vanity Fairsaw fit to designate as the “trial of the century” – the first, in any case, to incur prison for a former president of the United States, who also happens to be in a fierce campaign to reconquer the House

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