But it won’t be long now.
Judge Dearie has now released a docketed "Case Management Plan" giving the Trump team until September 30 to dispute any items in the DOJ's existing property inventory https://t.co/OmgSZi9a5q— Joshua J. Friedman (@joshuajfriedman) September 22, 2022
And to all those people who warned Dearie would be very slow:
The Mar-a-Lago special master is telling Trump's lawyers to say once and for all whether they really think the FBI planted evidence during its search, as the former president has publicly alleged. pic.twitter.com/hVF7fCTjIj— Brad Heath (@bradheath) September 22, 2022
Dearie is serious about moving this thing—docs are to be reviewed, objected to, and decisions made on a rolling basis— Owen Barcala (@obarcala) September 22, 2022
Trump team gets the remaining docs on Sept 26 and must submit designations to the gov in three batches, each about a week apart, any disputes sent to Dearie https://t.co/6ncjsgbtOI pic.twitter.com/8oVFwCDapg
They’re gonna wish DOJ had filed a broader appeal.
Trump’s team needs to find an exit ramp out of the Special Master proceeding they asked for. https://t.co/sjYH6xzZ2f— Renato Mariotti (@renato_mariotti) September 22, 2022