Jonathan Turley Says Jury's Latest Move Suggests 'At Least One Juror' Is Not Convinced – EVOL

Amidst the relentless hum of New York City, the courtroom drama featuring former President Donald Trump took a curious twist Wednesday afternoon. As the jury sent a second note requesting further instructions, the air shifted as Trump’s defense team shared a guarded smile, hinting at newfound optimism. Meanwhile the District Attorney’s representatives could not mask their growing apprehension.

The jury is set to deliberate over 34 counts of falsified business records related to a hush money payment to adult film actor Stormy Daniels. NBC’s Katherine Doyle reported at 1:05 PM PDT: “The district attorney’s team looks tense and apprehensive. Todd Blanche, on Trump’s defense team, just cracked a tight smile. Trump, Blanche and Emil Bove, another one of Trump’s attorneys, are whispering among themselves and look newly animated.”

This subtle shift in courtroom dynamics came shortly after jurors were dismissed for the day following a few intense hours of deliberations. Trump faces charges alleging he falsified business records to conceal a payment made during the tail end of his 2016 presidential campaign. He has pleaded not guilty to all counts. The legal implications are massive, as they not only test the boundaries of business ethics and legal responsibility but also



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