Now we’ve seen the warrant! On this week’s show, we talk about the search of Mar-a-Lago, and what it tells us about why the FBI wanted to poke around there. We discuss how Merrick Garland avoided pulling a Comey, and when we might see the affidavit supporting the search warrant. We answer a question from a listener about how the government handles public trials involving classified documents it can’t share publicly, and we discuss how we might be able to assess whether a prosecution related to the offenses at issue here is worth the trouble.
Plus, for paying subscribers only: we continue on to discuss executive privilege, another listener question about the plain view doctrine, and what to do if the government takes your passports during a search. Plus: we also have an update on the civil deposition where the former president took the Fifth, the prospect that Rudy Giuliani might do the same once he finally takes a midnight train to Georgia, and what Lindsey Graham will do when testifying, since he’s been assured that he’s not the target of an investigation.
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