Tuesday, July 17, 2018

BREAKING, READ: Judge Should Not Give Trump and Michael Cohen "Indefinite Stay" In Stormy Daniels' Case

Attorneys for Donald Trump, Michael Cohen and Stephanie Clifford (aka Stormy Daniels) filed a joint status report in Clifford's case to be released from her nondisclosure agreement. Michael Avenatti, Cliffords' attorney, argues that Cohen and the President cannot receive an "indefinite stay" simply because Cohen is still being investigated by the government.

The Defendants make their case that Avenatti seems to know more about the possible overlap between the $130,000 payment and the pending criminal investigation of Cohen than they do, and that he should have to share.

The next hearing in the matter is scheduled before U.S. District Court Judge James Otero (Central District of California) on July 27.

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