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Mon Apr 16, 2018, 08:59 AM

What time today is cohen and company due in court today to argue the records

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Sure wish cameras were allowed in courts. Dammm that would be great television.

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Reply What time today is cohen and company due in court today to argue the records (Original post)
shraby Apr 2018 OP
Siwsan Apr 2018 #1
shraby Apr 2018 #2
Clarity2 Apr 2018 #3
manor321 Apr 2018 #4
Sanity Claws Apr 2018 #5
Clarity2 Apr 2018 #6

Response to shraby (Original post)

Mon Apr 16, 2018, 09:01 AM

1. I think I read it's 2pm

I agree about the cameras. What we need to watch for is his demeanor, as he enters and then exits the building.

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Response to Siwsan (Reply #1)

Mon Apr 16, 2018, 09:02 AM

2. That should be telling.

although they all try to look chipper win or lose to project an air of confidence don't they?
I'm sure the talking heads will have an immediate report on the outcome.

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Response to shraby (Original post)

Mon Apr 16, 2018, 09:04 AM

3. Right about now




Link to story: https://thinkprogress.org/michael-cohens-catch-22-1b12881c1b72/

I believe Stormie's lawyer said 2pm. Maybe he's showing later.

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Response to shraby (Original post)

Mon Apr 16, 2018, 09:13 AM

5. He has to provide a list of his clients by 1 PM, I think

If he does not identify a person as a client, that means any communication between him and the person is not covered by attorney-client privilege.
It might be covered by attorney work product but he would have to identify why the work was done, opening up a can of worms. I haven't head any assertion of work-product yet.

If he identifies a foreign national as a client and he took action on that person's behalf, he might run afoul of the lobbyist registration laws.

Nice to trap someone in a web of lies.

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Response to shraby (Original post)

Mon Apr 16, 2018, 09:57 AM

6. Already there

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