Court agrees to fast-track DOJ’s appeal in Trump special master case

A federal appeals court on Wednesday agreed to expedite a Department of Justice (DOJ) appeal that appoints a special master to examine thousands of government documents confiscated from former President Trump’s Florida home.

A one-page US Court of Appeals order for the 11th Circuit sets an aggressive timeline for the case, ordering several rounds of paper documents from the Department of Justice and Trump to end on November 1.

An Atlanta-based appeals court previously granted the DOJ an interim victory in the case, agreeing to partially block a judge’s order that would have prevented federal investigators from reviewing 100 confidential documents that had been killed in Trump’s hands. in August. Among the records taken by -a-Lago were. Habitat.

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