Trump Notified of Special Counsel Criminal Investigation Targeting Him

Former President Donald Trump’s lawyers have been informed that he is the subject of a federal criminal investigation into suspected sensitive material misuse after he left office.

Before seeking an indictment, prosecutors may notify individuals that they are the subject of a grand jury inquiry.

Such notification allows persons to testify before a grand jury before any prosecution is initiated. This method also provides defense counsel to submit their argument against an indictment.

Special counsel Jack Smith presented evidence to a grand jury in Miami, Fla., on Wednesday, and Taylor Budowich, a former Trump assistant and spokesman, testified. Grand jury testimony had already been heard in Washington, D.C.

Trump Notified of Special Counsel Criminal Investigation Targeting Him

If criminal charges are made, some may be filed in Florida for jurisdictional concerns. The confidential papers were discovered at Trump’s Palm Beach estate, Mar-a-Lago, where some alleged wrongdoing happened.

Mar-a-Lago staff, close Trump aides, and attorneys have testified before the Washington grand jury.

The probe originates from the National Archives efforts to recover White House records that have gone missing from the federal government’s possession. In August 2022, an FBI search at Mar-a-Lago revealed more than 100 documents with classified markings.

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Attorney General Merrick Garland named Smith as special counsel in November. He is also in charge of a separate inquiry into the Capitol riot on January 6 and the investigation of the documents.

On Monday, Trump’s attorneys met with Justice Department officials, including Smith, to address their concerns about the investigation’s conduct.

Trump has continuously denied any misconduct in the issue and has labeled the inquiry as politically motivated.

On Tuesday afternoon, he said on his social networking platform, Truth Social, “No one has told me I’m being indicted.”

“And I shouldn’t be because I’ve done NOTHING wrong,” Trump added.

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