NY v Trump has ‘reasonable doubt’ written all over it. But with Bragg, Merchan antics, outcome is unknowable

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Anyone can be falsely accused of a crime. Vindication relies on the right to a fair trial. 

Regrettably, the Manhattan trial of former President Donald Trump bears no resemblance to that cherished constitutional promise. Almost nothing during this five-week trial can be described as remotely fair.   

District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s absurd case made a mockery of our legal system. Judge Juan Merchan compounded the injustice by dismantling the principles of due process that every defendant deserves. His rulings from the bench consistently favored the prosecution and foreclosed Trump’s lawyers from presenting a bona fide defense that would be permitted in any other courtroom.  

TRUMP TOUTS DEFENSE TEAM HAS ‘WON’ MANHATTAN CASE AS HE CALLS ON MERCHAN TO DISMISS

Working in tandem, Bragg and Merchan proved

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