Former President Donald Trump cracked down on US District Judge Tanya Chutkan on Monday after she scheduled his electoral conspiracy trial for March 4. The multi-indicted former president vowed to appeal the deadline after his team pushed for the trial to be pushed back to 2026 – but experts say a court’s scheduling decision is unappealable.
“The deranged Jack Smith and his thugs, who were caught walking to the White House just before the indictment of the 45th President of the United States (an absolute no no!), have been working on this witch hunt for almost three years, but I decided to putting it in the middle of the election campaign of the crooked Joe Biden’s political opponent against him. meddling in the election! Today a biased, Trump-hating judge just gave me a two-month extension, exactly what our corrupt administration wanted, SUPER TUESDAY. I will appeal! ” Trump card wrote on Truth Socialand then asked when Smith would do that “Criminal Charge” the House of Representatives committee on January 6, whom he accused of lying.
Legal experts were quick to point out that the order could not be appealed. “It’s not a thing,” said former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti The messenger, adding that the move’s chance of success is “0 percent.” “He cannot appeal the trial date,” agreed former federal prosecutor Jennifer Rodgers. “He can continue to ask that the case be deferred and if he is ultimately convicted he can argue that the decision to try the case when it was tried robbed him of the ability to prepare adequately, but that is an uphill battle.” Former Trump White House counsel Ty Cobb warned that the post could get Trump into trouble for other reasons. “Sanctions are appropriate as attacking the court is expressly forbidden,” Cobb told the medium, predicting that “an appeals court would reject any attempt” to force Chutkan to allow him an appeal.