Trump lawyer in court after being forced before grand jury
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) – A lawyer for Donald Trump is back in court in Washington after being ordered to answer questions before a grand jury investigating the possible mishandling of classified documents at the former president’s Florida estate.
M. Evan Corcoran entered federal court in the District of Columbia early Friday morning.
A week ago, a federal judge ruled in the department’s favor in forcing Corcoran to answer additional questions before a grand jury that’s been hearing evidence for months.
Corcoran didn’t make any comments as he arrived at the building.
The interest by prosecutors in Corcoran’s testimony underscores the legal peril confronting Trump.
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3/24/2023 12:41:25 PM (GMT -5:00)