Trump on Tuesday, legal experts say the charges laid out—and left out—in the indictment are vague, duplicitous, disconnected, and meritless.
This vagueness in the charging documents may also be a breach of Trump’s Constitutional right to due process, according to Mike Davis, founder of Article III Project, a conservative judicial advocacy group, told The Epoch Times.
“Bragg brought the first indictment of a former president and didn’t even allege the legal basis for his invasion,” said Davis, who clerked under U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.
“It should be dispositive, meaning under the 14th Amendment to our U.S. Constitution, Americans have the right to due process of law—and due process includes fair notice of the allegations against you so you can defend yourself in court.”
“Alvin Bragg got up in front of the TV cameras yesterday and bragged that he didn’t need to include the legal basis in his indictment,” Davis added. At the Tuesday press conference, Bragg said that “the indictment doesn’t specify [the other crime] because the law does not so require.”
But to Davis, this is “a clear violation of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, regardless of what Democrat judges and prosecutors in New York think.”
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