Tag Archives: Juan Merchan

seven jurors – and a warning for Trump

You are reading Guardian US’s free Trump on Trial newsletter. Sign up here to receive the latest court developments in your inbox On the docket: Trump in trouble (and seven jurors) It only lasted one day Donald Trump to end up in hot water with the judge Juan Merchan. Immediately after a potential juror left… Read More »

Trump attacks the judge in Pennsylvania as the first criminal trial looms

By Jarrett Renshaw and Gram Slattery SCHNECKSVILLE, Pa. (Reuters) –Donald Trump has again criticized the judge overseeing his first criminal trial at a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday, comments that portend a difficult situation ahead for several weeks as the former president prepares for court. Trump is expected to be in Manhattan on Monday for… Read More »

Third appeals court judge in three days rejects Trump’s request to delay hush money trial

An appeals court judge is rejecting former President Donald Trump’s latest attempt to delay the start of the hush money trial on the grounds that presidential immunity protects him from prosecution. The decision marks the third time in three days that Trump has unsuccessfully lobbied an appeals court to delay the first-ever criminal trial of… Read More »

Trump steps up attacks on judge in hush money case after silence order

Less than 24 hours after being hit with a partial gag order in the New York criminal case over his alleged falsification of business records, the former president said Donald Trump repeatedly lashed out at one person who is not covered by the ruling: the judge. On his social media platform, Trump called Judge Juan… Read More »

Judge in hush money case gives Trump a partial gag order

The judge presiding over the criminal case against Donald Trump in New York imposed a partial gag order on the former president on Tuesday. State Judge Juan Merchan’s ruling orders Trump to “refrain” from “making or inciting others to make public statements about known or reasonably foreseeable witnesses regarding their potential participation” in the corporate… Read More »