Trump's Legal Battles: Bragg Agrees to Testify, Oral Arguments Requested in Willis Case

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Here's the latest on the ongoing legal battles faced by former President Donald Trump.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has agreed to testify about his prosecution of Donald Trump in the falsified business records case, but not until after Trump is sentenced in July. Bragg's general counsel Leslie Dubeck wrote in a letter to House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan that Bragg’s office is "committed to voluntary cooperation" after Jordan requested that Bragg testify before the Weaponization of the Government subcommittee on June 13. However, Bragg has expressed concerns that participating in such a public hearing would be "potentially detrimental" to "protecting the fair administration of justice." Jordan has said that he was willing to subpoena Bragg if he refused to testify before the subcommittee. Source:

In another development, Trump's legal team has submitted a request for an oral arguments hearing at the Georgia Court of Appeals before a three-judge panel decides whether to disqualify Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis from his 2020 election subversion case. The Trump team's request is rare given that most appeals in court cases are decided solely on written legal briefs. According to statistics from the court, requests for oral arguments are granted between 30 and 40 percent of the time. Trump's lawyers have said that Willis’s extrajudicial comments, including a speech she made at a historically black church on Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend, could prejudice the jury and violate professional conduct rules. Source: