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.