The Washington Times: Alvin Bragg Built Trump Charges On Shaky Legal Theories, Experts Warn

The Washington Times

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s historic 34 felony charges against former President Donald Trump hinge on dubious legal theories that critics say make an extraordinarily weak case.

Mr. Bragg charged Mr. Trump with falsifying business records to conceal payoffs to people who threatened to come forward with negative stories about him before the 2016 presidential election.

“Alvin Bragg is using a laughable legal theory that he can bootstrap federal law onto local law and create a new New York felony,” said Mike Davis, president and founder of the Article III Project, which has advocated for conservative judges.

“Making an allegation of an affair go away is more about [Mr. Trump] protecting his marriage rather than winning an election,” Mr. Davis said.

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