Legal Analyst Accuses Bragg of Obstruction in Trump Trial

 May 29, 2024

The high-profile hush money trial involving former President Donald Trump ended with final arguments and jury deliberation.

Legal analyst Gregg Jarrett accused Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg of "obstructing justice" in the criminal hush money case against former President Donald Trump, Conservative Brief reported.

New Allegations Arise as Trump Trial Concludes

Fox News analyst Gregg Jarrett delivered sharp criticism during a recent appearance on the Hannity show, where he accused Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg of not only obstructing justice but also condemning the proceedings as a "sham." This allegation comes as the trial surrounding hush payments concluded with final arguments from the defense and prosecution.

The trial, presided over by Judge Juan Merchan, entered a pivotal phase as he delivered the last set of instructions to the jurors before their deliberations began.

Using his platform on Truth Social, Trump has been vocally critical of Judge Merchan's actions, claiming bias and unconstitutional behavior in the court's handling of the jury and ruling process.

Credibility of Key Witnesses Questioned

A key figure in the prosecution’s case, Michael Cohen, has faced scrutiny due to his history of criminal convictions. His role as a former lawyer and fixer for Trump makes his testimony critical yet potentially suspect due to past legal issues.

Legal expert Rocco Cipparone discussed the complexities surrounding Cohen's credibility, given that he comes with "a lot of admitted and unadmitted baggage." This has led to discussions on how this might impact the integrity of the testimony and the trial's outcome.

Donald Trump further underscored these complications, articulating concerns over the jury not being sequestered during a significant break, and alleging that Judge Merchan unfairly excluded potential evidence and witness testimonies.

Public and Legal Reactions Intensify

Gregg Jarrett elaborated on his accusations against the judge and the district attorney, framing the trial as theatrical rather than judicial.

This is a performance trial, not a real trial. The way this case was managed by Alvin Bragg and endorsed by the judge is not only unprofessional, but it absolutely reeks of justice being manipulated.

Donald Trump also issued a series of vehement posts on his social media, declaring:

THE REASON the Radical, highly Conflicted Judge Juan Merchan had to come up with three FAKE options for the jury to choose from, without requiring them to be unanimous, which is completely UNAMERICAN AND UNCONSTITUTIONAL... THERE WAS NO CRIME.

Trial Reaches a Crucial Juncture

After a week filled with critical developments — from the fervent media discussions on Fox News and Newsweek to the culminating moments of the trial with the jury's deliberation — the case against Donald Trump has not only captivated public interest but also invoked divisions on legal interpretations and justice practices in high-profile cases.

As for the next steps, the world watches as the jury weighs the elements of the case, influenced by the controversial testimonies and heated public debates. Regardless of the outcome, the trial's conclusion is likely to leave an indelible mark on public discourse and legal precedents related to political figures and alleged obstructive practices within the judiciary system.

About Victor Winston

Victor is a freelance writer and researcher who focuses on national politics, geopolitics, and economics.

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