Donald J. Trump v. United States, No. 22-cv-81294 (CAC).

The judge assigned to former President Donald Trump’s case against the United States concerning search of his Mar-a-Lago residence has indicated that a special master may be appointed to review the documents seized.  

The court has not solicited bids for appointment of a special counsel. 

Today a group called National Security Counselors submitted a letter to the court offering the curriculum vitae of individuals believed to be competent to serve. 

As evidence of experience, the group has filed a copy of an amicus brief submitted to the Supreme Court last term in opposition to a petition for certiorari by former President Trump concerning federal records.  There it was argued that no individual claim of presidential executive privilege ought to survive the end of an administration. 

 

Letter to Court Seeking Appointment August 30, 2022

Notice of Proposed Special Master Candidates August 30, 2022

Curriculum Vitae of Proposed Special Masters August 30, 2022

Amicus Brief in Supreme Court 21-932

 

 

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