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Attorney Reveals Donald Trump Could Face Two Additional Criminal Indictments


A lawyer told Newsweek that Donald Trump could be charged with two more crimes and that it is “more than likely” that he will also be charged in the current Arizona election interference case.

Attorney and founder of the Florida-based company DGIM Law Daniel Gielchinsky made the claim. He said that a fifth charge against Trump in Arizona would “most likely” happen because another defendant agreed to testify against him as part of a plea deal.

In August 2023, 18 people who supported Trump were charged with fraud, forgery, and conspiracy for allegedly working with others to change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona. The people charged included Rudy Giuliani and Mark Meadows, who used to be the chief of staff at the White House. Prosecutors say the group planned to send in fake certificates of ascertainment that would falsely say Trump won the state. Trump wasn’t charged himself.

In an interview with Newsweek, Gielchinsky said that Arizona’s Democratic Attorney General Kris Mayes might decide to charge Trump, possibly after one or more of the suspects agreed to plead guilty.

He said this about Mayes: “The prosecutor is not done.” I think she’s a very careful and thoughtful lawyer. She may have thought for some reason that she didn’t have enough evidence yet to charge President Trump, but I don’t think this is the end of the story.

“I believe she will file more charges against the president as well. All she needs is one suspect to agree to the right terms of a cooperation agreement or a plea deal.

“I think one of the defendants will say something, work with the police, or testify.” They call another grand jury meeting, present that evidence to it, and eventually decide to charge Donald Trump.

If you asked Gielchinsky how likely it was that Trump would be charged in the Arizona case, she said, “More than likely. I don’t think she would have gone through all the trouble of naming him as an unindicted co-conspirator. The word “co-conspirator” in and of itself implies that the person being described did something that could lead to them becoming a defendant.” It seems likely that they want to add him to the charges at some point based on the word.

Giuliani was one of 11 people charged in the Arizona case who were tried on May 21 and pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Gielchinsky also said that Trump could be charged with a sixth crime as part of an ongoing investigation into alleged meddling in the 2020 Michigan race.

Attorney General Dana Nessel of Michigan has charged 16 Republicans with plotting to change the outcome of the 2020 election in the state by pretending to be pro-Trump voters. One of the people charged decided to help in exchange for having their charges dropped, and the other 15 filed a not-guilty plea.

One of the main investigators in the case, special agent Howard Shock, told a defense lawyer in April that Trump, Meadows, and Giuliani are all named as unindicted co-conspirators in the case.

Gielchinsky said, “Could be, could be” when asked if Trump could be charged in the Michigan case. I think that the Arizona case is almost set up so that he will be charged, and the Michigan case could be the same way.

Trump is already being charged with crimes in four different cases. These cases are all about claims that he lied about business records to hide a hush money payment, messed up with classified documents, and broke the law while trying to change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia and across the country. All charges against him are being brought against him without a trial because they are political.

The ex-president is on trial in New York for the first of these cases. On Tuesday, after four weeks of evidence, closing arguments will begin.

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