In Stewart's case, which also took place in the Southern District of NY, her lawyers successfully objected to federal prosecutors using a "taint team" to review her attorney's files, and the court allowed a neutral special master to review the documents, also allowing Stewart's team to review the documents as well.
But the filing contains the first details released by the Justice Department on the searches, which covered Cohen's residence, hotel room, office, safety deposit boxes and two cell phones.
In a letter to U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood on Sunday night, other lawyers working on Trump's behalf argue that the president should have a chance to review the material ahead of investigators. I have never known attorney-client privilege so high profile.
Prosecutors from the Manhattan U.S. attorney's office meant to use a separate "taint team" to review the seized evidence for material that should be protected under attorney-client privilege, while turning over anything relevant to the investigators. Not only has its use been controversial, but the information Cohen alleges to be "fake news" has turned out to be anything but in some cases.
NBC5 Forecast: A nice spring warm-up coming!
Even though we're halfway through April, Malta has experienced a couple of days where it definitely didn't feel like spring. Happy Monday! After a bitterly cold weekend, temperatures will begin to warm this week with highs near 50 later today.
Cohen previously admitted to paying Daniels $130,000, which she said was payment in exchange for an agreement not to discuss an affair she claims to have had with the president. The raid, which took place on the morning of April 9th, targeted Cohen's office, claiming business records, emails, and documents pertaining to the Trump campaign's finances. Cohen's attorney said investigators in New York City were referred by Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating the Russian attack on the 2016 election, from Washington, D.C.
When Avenatti was asked in the CNN programme whether Daniels would be present at the hearing to provoke Cohen, he said it was rather to send a message that she was taking her matter with Cohen very seriously and she wanted to make the people of America understand that she was putting her best foot forward to unearth as much information as possible. He did not attend Friday's hearing and was then ordered by the judge to appear in court Monday to help answer questions about his law practice.
President Donald Trump's lawyers argued in a new court filing Sunday against the Federal Bureau of Investigation search of Michael Cohen's records, and sided with the former Trump Organization lawyer's legal team to make sure confidentiality to his legal clients hasn't been breached.
Prosecutors said that there was no need for a special master, stating that they have "a taint team" dedicated to determining which of Cohen's communications are privileged. All lawyers are deflated and concerned!'
Institutionals Holders Overview For The Coca-Cola Company (KO)
Spectrum Management Group Inc. purchased a new stake in shares of The Coca-Cola during the 3rd quarter valued at about $137,000. It improved, as 51 investors sold KO shares while 623 reduced holdings. 124 funds acquired stakes and 492 increased stakes.
On Sunday, Mr Trump's lawyers asked a judge to let him preview the files.
Trump's attorneys argue that he and Cohen should not have to rely on the government's "clean team" to review the documents to protect his privilege, as he has "a unique interest in ensuring that every privileged item is fully protected from improper disclosure".
Bryce Harper smacks a broken bat home run vs. Mets
Harper shattered his bat in two, and the ball still cleared the right-field wall with plenty of room to spare. That's impressive enough, but when you consider he did it while breaking his bat, it is ridiculous.