|Source:CNN- U.S. Representative Jim Jordan (Republican, Ohio) vs Manhattan, New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg.|
"House Republicans on the Judiciary Committee are exemplifying the lengths they are willing to go to discredit Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s criminal case against former President Donald Trump with a New York field hearing on Bragg’s home turf."
I know I'm not a lawyer and if that is not a newsflash for anyone, you really do have no idea who I am. But, you have a U.S. Congressional committee, in this case, the House Judiciary Committee, led by Representative Jim Jordan (Republican, Ohio) trying to interfere, with American tax dollars, into a municipal criminal investigation, against one of their own residents, who also happens to be a private citizen as well, in Donald J. Trump.
Where's the jurisdiction here? What standing does a Federal institution, (in this case the U.S. House of Representatives) have to investigate into the affairs of a municipal investigation? (Meaning the Manhattan, New York District Attorney's Office) I'm not qualified to give out legal advice, but I think that's what would be the argument for Manhattan DA, against the House Republicans.
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