Ex-Trump Aide Peter Navarro Requests Supreme Court’s Help to Overturn Prison Sentence – EVOL

In a significant legal move, President Donald Trump’s former aide Peter Navarro has turned to Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch for help overturning his prison sentence.

Navarro has turned to Gorsuch seeking to overturn an earlier decision by Chief Justice John Roberts regarding his imprisonment.

He started a four-month prison sentence last month for a contempt of Congress conviction.

Navarro, who has been behind bars since March 19, 2024, is fighting to be freed while he appeals his sentence.

Navarro’s imprisonment stems from his refusal to comply with a subpoena from the House Select Committee “investigating” the January 6 protests at the U.S. Capitol in 2021.

The case marks a high-profile clash over congressional authority and executive privilege.

Peter Navarro’s legal team, comprising Stan M. Brand and Stanley E. Woodward, Jr., has formally requested Gorsuch to reassess the refusal by Chief Justice Roberts to grant Navarro a stay of imprisonment during his appeal, according to Newsweek.

This request was made shortly after Navarro began serving a four-month sentence.

He was jailed as a consequence of his non-compliance with a congressional subpoena related to the Democrats’ anti-Trump Jan. 6 inquiry.

The appeal to Justice Gorsuch comes after Navarro had already



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