Legal Analyst: Donald Trump Is “On Track” to Be Convicted This Year

Anjali Jain
Above, former President Donald Trump appears in court at the Manhattan Criminal Court in New York City on April 4, 2023. Legal analyst Glenn Kirschner on Saturday argued that 2024 will see a conviction on criminal charges.

On Saturday, former federal prosecutor and legal analyst Glenn Kirschner stated that former President Donald Trump appears “on track” to be convicted of a crime this yearage.
Trump is charged with 34 offenses in the initial of four criminal indictments filed against him in 2018. The charges are based on allegations that he fabricated business records to obscure “hush money” payments to adult film actress Stormy Daniels, in return for her silence regarding an alleged affair the two had in 2006, prior to the 2016 presidential election.

Trump, who has pled not guilty to the allegations, categorically denies the existence of an affair. The investigation that led to the grand jury indictment was conducted under the supervision of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Despite being considered by numerous experts to be the least significant and incriminating of Trump’s criminal cases, it now seems probable that this one will be the first to proceed to trial, scheduled to commence on Monday, April 15.Former assistant U.S. attorney and frequent critic of the former president Kirschner predicted in a YouTube video on Saturday that Trump will be convicted of at least some of his alleged offenses in 2024, following his numerous indictments in 2023.

“In 2023 in my videos, I often said 2024 will be the year of the Trump trials and the Trump convictions, and I still believe that to be true,” Kirschner pointed out. “I think that we are on track to have Donald Trump convicted of just some of the crimes he committed this year, 2024.”
Additionally, he made a prognostication that Trump would be incarcerated by 2025.
For comment, Newsweek contacted the Trump campaign via email on Saturday afternoon.

Kirschner explained in another segment of his video why he is confident the Manhattan case will proceed to trial on its current date of April 15, notwithstanding the numerous postponements that have beset his previous cases. To commence, he stated that Trump’s team can no longer raise an appeal on any aspect of the case that would cause an appeals court to suspend the proceedings.

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He also cited Judge Juan Merchan, the presiding judge in the Manhattan case, as an additional justification. He praised Merchan as “legitimate,” “serious,” and “determined” to see the case to trial. In contrast, Judge Aileen Cannon is presided over the federal criminal case against Trump, which pertains to accusations that he improperly managed classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. Numerous specialists have accused Cannon, an individual appointed by Trump, of rendering dubious decisions in the case that support the objectives of the former president. This has encompassed agreeing to postpone the scheduled trial date and granting the request put forth by Trump’s legal team to have additional classified information in the files submitted for discovery undeleted.


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