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Trump Zooms into Court: Judge Warns on Evidence Sharing

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In a virtual court appearance, ex-president Donald Trump faced a no-nonsense judge who cautioned him on handling evidence in his high-profile hush money case. This marked Trump’s first courtroom encounter since entering a plea of not guilty to 34 felony charges, including falsifying business records and orchestrating hush money payments, on April 5. While Trump joined the proceedings remotely, prosecutors and his legal team were physically present in the Manhattan court.

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The focus of the hearing was to ensure Trump’s understanding of the recently implemented rules that bar him from using the prosecution’s evidence to target or undermine witnesses.

Judge Juan Merchan addressed Trump directly, delivering a clear warning that any violation of the protective order could lead to sanctions, including contempt of court. Trump’s attorney, Todd Blanche, affirmed his client’s comprehension of the necessity to adhere to the court’s directives and the potential repercussions of non-compliance.

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