Trump CONVICTED – Legal Experts Baffled

The jury instructions issued by New York County Judge Juan Merchan did not seem to sit well with the former president.

“We’ll see, but Mother Teresa was unable to refute these claims.” I will check in with you. After the jury in his criminal trial started deliberations, Trump told reporters, “It is a really shameful scenario.”

These accusations are falsified. He continued, “It is all rigged.” How these words would prove true.

“We want to reclaim our nation from these fascists and thugs who are destroying us through inflation and all of their actions,” Trump stated. “They are letting 15, 16, and 17 million people into our country without any background checks or screenings.”

Trump promised, “We are going to bring back our nation.” “Remember, November 5th is the most significant day in our nation’s history.”

He declared, “In the interim, there is a rigged trial.”

Before noon, Merchan completed the jury instructions. The jury used the following list of instructions to arrive at their guilty verdicts on Thursday.

CNN reports that the jury instructions included the following:

  • They cannot base their choices on prejudices or preconceived notions.
  • They have to put aside their differences.
  • The judge will decide the length of the sentence and the severity of the penalty; as a result, they cannot guess.
  • They cannot hold Trump accountable for his failure to testify.
  • It is required of the “people to prove every aspect of the crime beyond a reasonable doubt.” He tells the jury that it cannot base its decision solely on conjecture.
  • They may consider a witness’s desire for a benefit associated with the trial or their stake in the case’s outcome.
  • Since Michael Cohen is an accomplice, they cannot find Trump guilty based solely on his testimony; however, if additional evidence supports his testimony, they may use it.
  • If the jury finds Trump guilty on all counts, regardless of whether he committed the crime alone, with others, or both, their verdict must be unanimous.
  • They need to investigate whether Trump used illegal tactics to promote individuals or prevent them from holding public office.
  • They ought to deliberate while maintaining their right to their own opinions and working toward a consensus.
  • It is not permissible to substitute juror notes for evidence.
  • Following the conclusion of discussions, the foreperson will pronounce the verdict for each count.
  • After giving up their phones, they can only discuss the case with all twelve.
  • One jury that listened to the evidence against Trump for six weeks in a Manhattan courtroom appeared to be on Trump’s side, according to reports.

Legal experts, such as constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley, predicted that the jury would find the defendant guilty or that there would be a deadlocked jury, ending in a mistrial. As it happened, the jury convicted Trump as guilty on all charges.

Despite numerous legal professionals believing that there was not a strong case against Trump, a former president has been found guilty in a criminal court. What this spells for the future of America and the Republican party remains uncertain.

Trump’s sentencing is scheduled for July 11th. Only then will we know how far this court will go to stop Trump’s presidential campaign.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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