A federal appeals court is allowing the Justice Department to continue to see classified documents seized from former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home and resort.
The emergency intervention supports the trial judge’s order on the documents that blocked federal investigators’ work on the documents.
A special master’s review of that subset of about 100 records, which would have allowed Trump’s legal team to see them, has now been partially blocked. The special master, Judge Raymond Derry, is able to continue his work by reviewing the remaining materials seized from Mar-a-Lago, to ensure that the records belong to Trump or he is able to claim. They may be hidden that have not been used. The investigator
A three-judge panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said, “It is self-evident that the public has a strong interest in ensuring that the storage of classified records does not result in “unreasonable harm to national security.” “No serious damage.” Stated “Detection essentially involves reviewing documents, determining who had access to them and when, and determining by what means or methods they were compromised.”
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