WATCH: Legal Expert Gives Trump Great News In 'Weak' NYC Case – EVOL

Last week, Judge Juan Merchan announced that Donald Trump’s hush money case will begin on April 15. Trump has pleaded not guilty to all charges against Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s lengthy investigation.

The case, which has garnered significant attention, involves 34 counts of falsifying business records related to a $130,000 payment to former adult film actress Stormy Daniels. The payment was made ahead of the 2016 election, purportedly for her silence about an alleged extramarital affair with Trump.

In a segment on Fox News on Wednesday, legal analyst Jonathan Turley provided an in-depth analysis of the legal challenges facing former Trump.

Turley, a constitutional law professor at George Washington University, shared his perspective on the complexities surrounding the case, including the Trump legal team’s efforts to have the judge overseeing the hush money trial recused.

Trump’s team has argued that the judge’s impartiality could be compromised due to his daughter’s employment at a political consulting firm with Democratic clients.

Trump is also concerned that there is “an unacceptable risk that the court’s family relationships will influence judicial conduct,” a sentiment echoed by his lawyers who argue that the case has implications beyond the courtroom, potentially affecting Trump’s ability to



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