Team Of Jack Smith Demands Court Order To Prevent Trump’s Team To Share Discovered Documents 

Jack Smith

In a recent development in the ongoing Donald Trump indictment, the team of special counsel Jack Smith has demanded for a preventive measure at the court, so that Trump’s legal team does not disclose the classified government documents in public. Donald Trump, former president of the US was indicted last week as he was charged with holding classified government documents in his possession at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida after he left the White House post presidency.

The team of Jack Smith on Friday has filed a new lawsuit in the light that some materials which are unclassified, will be handed over by the prosecutors  to the defense contains classified information of the ongoing indictment case, and if it is disclosed, it may affect the investigation process and influence the case in such a manner that some involved people who are still avoiding prosecution against them will be booked.

As an evitable course of action Trump has pleaded not guilty while the prosecution has filed the new lawsuit and has proposed for an order of protection. Lawyers both for Trump and his co-accused Walt Nauta have accepted this protection request. 

Jack Smith Key In The Prosecution Of Donald Trump

Jack Smith as a special prosecutor has previous experience in dealing with complicated political lawsuits. In Donald Trump’s indictment, Jack Smith plays a vital role. David Schwendiman, professor at the  College of Law of the University of Utah has stated that there is a great contrast in the Trump indictment case, on one side the defendant, who is highly concerned on himself, and on the other, the prosecutor’s team who are following Smith’s model, who prioritizes facts and much involved in the case.