Trump lawyer in court after being forced before grand jury


A lawyer for Donald Trump at no comment after leaving a Washington D.C. federal court, where he was ordered to appear before a grand jury investigating the handling of classified documents. Attorney Evan corcoran's appearance stems from an order from a federal judge who ruled in favor of a Justice Department request that corcoran answer questions before the grand jury. In a previous appearance he had invoked attorney client privilege to decline answering certain questions. But prosecutors can get around that. If they can show the client is using the lawyer in furtherance of a crime. Corcoran had drafted a letter last June, asserting that a diligent search for classified documents had been done and said all records had been provided. That was just weeks before a raid at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, where prosecutors say the FBI removed roughly 100 additional classified documents. I'm Jackie Quinn

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