Dershowitz Makes Prediction About Trump’s Latest Indictment

( – Former Donald Trump lawyer and legal expert Alan Dershowitz predicted on August 15 that Trump’s four criminal cases will have “some convictions.” He then said he believes this situation will take place before the 2024 presidential election, where Trump is currently a GOP candidate.

During an interview on Steve Bannon’s podcast “Bannon’s War Room,” Dershowitz said that, considering he believes there will be convictions, the main “strategy” will be to get “bad convictions.” However, he said that the key is to get these convictions fast in Florida, Washington, New York, and Fulton County.

In another part of the interview, the legal expert said he believes these convictions will eventually be reversed. However, he said this would probably happen after the 2024 presidential election. Dershowitz pointed out that the “get Trump approach” is to get the former president and convict him before the electoral event, and then he “wins on appeal.”

The legal expert also pointed to a document that was posted on Fulton County’s court official page, which indicated some criminal charges against the Republican leader. Dershowitz told Bannon that the fact that they decided to publish the indictment before the grand jurors voted show that the grand jury is “meaningless.”

On August 14, a Georgia grand jury indicted the former commander-in-chief and other 18 codefendants, representing the fourth indictment Trump receives in 2023. The latest charges against the Republican leader stem from his alleged efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia.

The District Attorney of Fulton County, Fani Willis, led a more than two-year investigation into his attempts to intervene with the results. Her investigation was also focused on the alleged organization of 16 Georgia residents who were going to serve as fake electors and help Trump win the state.

In a press conference, Willis told reporters she’s planning to schedule a single trial for each of the defendants over the next six months. Different reports revealed that the former president’s three other criminal trials will probably start in 2024’s first half.

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