Trump Lawyer Facing Potential Criminal Charges Cooperating with DOJ

by Wall Street Rebel - James DiGeorgia | 10/03/2022 4:46 PM
Trump Lawyer Facing Potential Criminal Charges Cooperating with DOJ

The Washington Post is now reporting that at least one member of former President Donald Trump's legal team has hired her own attorney — while her allies are urging another to follow suit.


Christina Bobb was a lawyer recognized for representing a parking lot firm before former President Trump hired her. Alt:(Evan Corcoran picture)Ms. Bobb was stupid enough to sign an affidavit written by Evan Corcoran (pictured right), who previously represented Steve Bannon and some Jan. 6 defendants, confirming to the Justice Department that former President Trump had turned over all classified records from his Mar-a-Lago residence in response to a May subpoena obtained and served on Trump. However, the DOJ has argued that prosecutors stated their response was "incomplete" after the FBI searched and discovered additional papers at Mar-a-Lago and identified evidence of "obstructive conduct" in response to the subpoena.

The DOJ's nice depiction does not change the reality that both lawyers might be charged with lying to government officials and obstruction of justice, which are significant offenses that could result in criminal prosecution.

According to the Washington Post, Bobb has been forced "to hire her own lawyer, Florida-based former prosecutor John Lauro, and has reportedly agreed to cooperate and be interviewed by the Justice Department" after prancing around with a slew of ridiculous defenses and boasting as Trump's spokesperson lawyer. According to the source, Corcoran's friends and allies are encouraging him to get a criminal defense lawyer because he prepared the response to the subpoena, but he has claimed that engaging a criminal lawyer is not essential.

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Corcoran believes he is immune from criminal prosecution since Bobb signed the forged affidavit and did not. Legal experts who disagree with Corcoran on his criminal responsibility argue that preparing a perjurious document for the DOJ based solely on the former President's assurances is intentional blindness.

When asked by the Washington Post if she was negotiating an interview with the DOJ, Bobb said...

"I'm sorry; I'm not allowed to talk about it."

Bobb signed an affidavit prepared by Corcoran that affirmed Trump had handed over "all documents that are responsive to the subpoena" after a "diligent search."

While Corcoran did not sign the affidavit he wrote, he did meet with DOJ authorities and stated that all of the materials subpoenaed had been returned. Federal agents eventually discovered fresh evidence of additional records at Mar-a-Lago and obtained a search warrant in August. They also suspect the former President possesses more records that violate federal law.

According to the Washington Post, Bobb, who was not only a parking lot lawyer but also a former OAN presenter who helped push Trump's legal challenges following the 2020 election, has repeatedly stated that to Trump loyalists and that she believed the document she signed was authentic. However, she also informed the pro-Trump Right Side Broadcasting Network that she was not working as Trump's attorney while responding to the subpoena. She was evidently such an inexperienced lawyer that she imagined the DOJ could easily coerce her testimony if she were Trump's counsel at the time. Following that…

"I think people were a little bit confused," "I am on President Trump's legal team. I do work for him on election issues. To be clear on that, I was never on the legal team handling this case. Which is why I came in as the custodian of records — because I wasn't on that team."

Apparently, by her sudden willingness to cooperate with the DOJ, her understanding of her criminal culpability and to convey her false representations have been corrected.

Corcoran, who is referenced as Trump's attorney in court documents, has also been "counseled" by colleagues to lawyer up; according to Washington Post was hired by Trump after recently returning to the practice of law, in April with no vetting after a single conference call while he was representing former Steve Bannon, who was convicted of contempt of Congress earlier this year.

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Former DOJ Inspector General Michael Bromwich tweeted that "both Christina Bobb and Evan Corcoran need their own criminal lawyers," citing their "many misrepresentations" to the DOJ. Trump spokesperson Taylor Budowich did not respond to questions from the Post.

"While the media focuses on gossip, the reality is that these witch hunts are separating and destroying our country," he told the publication. "And President Trump will not back down."

The possibility of the former President being prosecuted with obstruction of justice and violating the Espionage Act for illegally possessing sensitive documents increases if Bobb and perhaps Corcoran point their fingers at Trump.


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