(FeaturedNews.com) – NBC News has reported that at least one Washington, D.C., resident has shared a photo from the notice they received for the jury screening process for former President Donald Trump’s election interference case.
The photos shared show the “pre-screening” questionnaire for February 9, and the photos indicated that the jury the paperwork related to was going to go on trial on March 4. However, the trial is not explicitly named in the documents. Still, the dates on the paperwork are in complete alignment with the former President’s court case.
The individual who had originally received the notice revealed to NBC that the date was suspicious and that it was easy to determine what case it was related to.
Trump has been indicted in four cases, with the federal interference case against him being the only one that will take place in Washington. He is also facing a case relating to his alleged mishandling of classified documents and to another election interference case that was brought forward in Georgia.
Trump has maintained that he has committed no wrongdoings and has pleaded not guilty to all charges. Late last week, a federal appeals court also ordered that Trump is not granted immunity for any civil lawsuits that relate to the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack. A number of Congress members and Capitol police officers who were at the Capitol on that day are seeking damages because of the harm they faced on that day. Trump is the only defendant mentioned in those lawsuits.
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