BREAKING: Judge Aileen Cannon Approves Delay in Trump’s Classified Documents Case – EVOL

Judge Aileen Cannon agreed on July 6 to grant a partial delay in former President Donald Trump’s classified documents trial. This decision came after his legal team requested more time, arguing they should be allowed to present their case regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s immunity ruling before the trial proceeds.

In a paperless order issued on July 6, Judge Cannon granted a temporary stay of three upcoming deadlines in the case. This extension provides more time for Trump’s attorneys and special counsel Jack Smith’s team to file additional briefs addressing how the Supreme Court’s ruling on presidential immunity should impact the case.

The delayed deadlines include expert disclosures from Trump’s attorneys, initially due on July 8, reciprocal discovery from Trump’s legal team, originally set for July 10, and the special counsel’s CIPA submission, also due on July 10.

Following Judge Cannon’s order, the special counsel must respond to former President Trump’s motion by July 18, with any reply due by July 21. The court will decide on the additional briefing request after receiving these responses.

All other deadlines remain unchanged.

Judge Cannon’s order follows the Supreme Court’s 6-3 decision on former President Trump’s immunity claim.

The Supreme Court ruled that

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