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Top Lawyers (concerned about their reputations and NOT getting paid) won’t touch Trump with a ‘1,000-foot pole’ as legal crises escalate


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Trump is facing intensifying legal pressure, but he's been unable to attract the type of high-quality lawyers that would typically represent a former president in high-stakes cases. 

 

 

At least four well-known attorneys have turned down repeated entreaties by Trump's team in recent weeks, a source familiar with the discussions told CNN, leaving the twice-impeached one-term president with a small and relatively inexperienced legal team to litigate executive privilege and other constitutional issues. "You'd want to see a top 10 national law firm with a big, experienced DC office," said John Yoo, a University of California at Berkeley law professor and former Justice Department official for George W. Bush. "You don't see that here. It's quite glaring."

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Some big-name attorneys have been scared away by the ex-president's reputation for non-payment of legal fees, according to sources close to conservative legal circles, while others are staying away because of the damage Trump's previous lawyers have suffered to their reputations.

 

"It's not a 10-foot pole," Yoo said, "it's a 1,000-foot pole."

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2 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Trump is facing intensifying legal pressure, but he's been unable to attract the type of high-quality lawyers that would typically represent a former president in high-stakes cases. 

 

 

At least four well-known attorneys have turned down repeated entreaties by Trump's team in recent weeks, a source familiar with the discussions told CNN, leaving the twice-impeached one-term president with a small and relatively inexperienced legal team to litigate executive privilege and other constitutional issues. "You'd want to see a top 10 national law firm with a big, experienced DC office," said John Yoo, a University of California at Berkeley law professor and former Justice Department official for George W. Bush. "You don't see that here. It's quite glaring."

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2 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Some big-name attorneys have been scared away by the ex-president's reputation for non-payment of legal fees, according to sources close to conservative legal circles, while others are staying away because of the damage Trump's previous lawyers have suffered to their reputations.

 

"It's not a 10-foot pole," Yoo said, "it's a 1,000-foot pole."

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19 hours ago, Z09 said:

Legal crisis?

You had Trump fleeing to Scotland 9 months ago...

 

Doesn't sound like much of a crisis

 

 

Your Criminal POS said he'd probably leave the Country if he didn't win....he had everyones hopes up

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23 hours ago, benson13 said:

Trump is facing intensifying legal pressure, but he's been unable to attract the type of high-quality lawyers that would typically represent a former president in high-stakes cases. 

 

 

At least four well-known attorneys have turned down repeated entreaties by Trump's team in recent weeks, a source familiar with the discussions told CNN, leaving the twice-impeached one-term president with a small and relatively inexperienced legal team to litigate executive privilege and other constitutional issues. "You'd want to see a top 10 national law firm with a big, experienced DC office," said John Yoo, a University of California at Berkeley law professor and former Justice Department official for George W. Bush. "You don't see that here. It's quite glaring."

 

 Socialist kangaroo court situations tend to have a few low paid prosecutors who are pretending to be lawyers, get ready to eat junk food and build some solar panels.

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