Alan Dershowitz: Trump’s Legal Battle Marks an Unconstitutional Crusade Against Fair Trial Rights

The transcript from Newsmax featuring Alan Dershowitz discusses his viewpoints on the legal challenges faced by Donald Trump. Dershowitz criticizes the handling of Trump’s case, arguing that it demonstrates bias and aims to impact electoral outcomes. He comments on the reduction of Trump’s bond as a sign that the initially imposed fine was too high and unconstitutional under the 8th Amendment, which prohibits excessive fines.

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Dershowitz sees the entire situation as part of a broader “Get Trump” agenda, as evidenced by public statements from figures like Letitia James and legal actions by Jack Smith, who seeks a quick trial to potentially influence the election.

Dershowitz also addresses gag orders, particularly one placed on Trump, as unconstitutional due to their nature as a form of prior restraint, which conflicts with First Amendment rights. He suggests that the charges against Trump are weak and criticizes the trial’s location in New York City, implying that a fair trial there is unlikely. Furthermore, Dershowitz highlights a potential conflict of interest involving a judge whose daughter works for a company with ties to political figures opposed to Trump, suggesting this could bias the trial.

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