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Trump Gets Massive Win In New York Court

by Jessica

Following a hearing on Friday, an appeals court has issued a stay, temporarily halting a judge’s order to dissolve former President Donald Trump’s businesses.

While this represents a partial victory for President Trump, the appeals court has allowed the trial, which commenced this week, to proceed.

Prosecutors opposed the request for a delay, accusing defense attorneys of seeking to create “chaos” and disruption. The Trump Organization released a statement in response to the pause, characterizing the judge’s order to revoke the Trumps’ business certificates as “overzealous.”

The statement reads, “Judge Engoron’s order erroneously sought to adjudicate the rights of non-party business entities that employ nearly 1,000 hard-working New Yorkers, have never been accused of any wrongdoing, and were never given their day in court – in clear violation of their fundamental Constitutional rights and Due Process.

We will continue to vigorously defend our company and our incredible employees from this politically-motivated persecution.”

It has come to light that Trump’s attorneys filed an appeal in the civil fraud case on October 4th and 5th, submitting a substantial 1,154-page document in an effort to temporarily halt the ongoing trial.

The reason cited for requesting a stay on the case is that the Supreme Court’s decisions on September 26th and October 5th, 2023, imposed unauthorized, undemanded, and overly broad relief without proper factual or legal foundation, leading to significant, irreparable harm.

President Trump had previously attempted to delay the trial, with the appeal being denied just days before the trial’s commencement. Justice Arthur Engoron of the New York Supreme Court’s September 26th decision not only held President Trump accountable for fraud but also ordered the dissolution of the Trump Organization and related LLCs.

This decision would result in the loss of President Trump’s entire real estate empire within a matter of days unless the appeal is granted. Additionally, it would impact hundreds of employees.

The filing characterizes the summary judgment as a “miscarriage of justice” and criticizes the Supreme Court for not comprehending the extent of chaos caused by its decision.

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