End of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller Robert Swan MuellerSasse: The US should welcome the election of Mueller for the leadership of Russia. The Investigation of MORE shifts its focus to federal prosecutors in President Trump in his hometown.
While everyone's eyes This weekend, the conclusions of the US Department of Justice and Mueller are on the agenda. The end of the Special Adviser's report does not complete all investigations against Trump.
The US Attorney's office for the Southern District of New York is reportedly already conducting a series of tests related to the President, including efforts to establish Trump's Founding Committee.
He also oversees the investigation of potential violations of campaign finance president.
Trump and his allies are well aware of the investigations and dangers of the prosecutors in New York.
The office is legendary for its ruthless and exhaustive investigations and has shown a willingness to take on big names of mafia bosses celebrities to economic powers.
Legal experts told The Hill that even if the Mueller investigation ends, SDNY could pose an even greater threat to the president, his family and his business.
"This office was very aggressive, said high-level targets," said former federal prosecutor Kendall Coffey, who described Manhattan's law firm as "completely fearless."
"Anyone who could be in their bullseye should be seriously worried "Coffey added."
GW Law School professor Jonathan Turley said that SDNY charges may have a limitation period beyond Trump's term of office, which means Trump could be sued when he leaves office
If it turned out that the President was part of a criminal conspiracy or a violation, they might be able to go ahead with indictments after the elections, "said Turley, a contributor to The Hill.
The White House and Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow did not respond to comments on this story.
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A SDNY spokesman for Hill's request declined to comment.
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Mueller referred Cohen's investigation to SDNY after investigators on his team found evidence of criminal offenses not related to Russian electoral influence, such as bank and bank fraud. 19659006] Coffey said that although Müller had talented prosecutors in his team, his office did not have the long-standing structures and resources that SDNY has. This could support all DOJ probes coming from New York.
Several people investigated in the Mueller investigation have concluded their conclusion. They have considered the absence of charges as the end of the investigation as a sign that they will not be prosecuted as part of the Russia investigation.
However, Mimi Rocah, a former US Attorney at SDNY, said these numbers could still be prosecuted by other parts of the DOJ.
She said some figures like Trump Jr. Those respondents who have never been interviewed by Müller before completing the investigation could be targeted for investigation, not just witnesses.
The experts also found that many of the witnesses in the Mueller tube are now facing Congressional questioning. Democrats who took over parliament in January have launched several investigations against Trump and its operations.
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"The Congressional investigation remains a living torpedo in the water for any unaccuaded," Turley said.
Rocah said Mueller could leave the evidence he discovered in his investigation to Congressional investigations, as long as it was not part of a major jury investigation or was classified.
Jill Wine-Banks, who was a barrister at Watergate, said the investigation was under way. b The state of New York could prove to be a greater threat than those coming from the US Attorney.
She said SDNY ought to follow the same instructions from the Department of Justice that Müller did, which a sitting president can not be charged with. The prosecutors, however, would not follow the same standards.
The New York Attorney General personally attacked Trump earlier. The Office sued the president last year for his foundation and demanded that it be dissolved and that he and his adult children be prevented from performing leadership roles at other charities, at least temporarily, for alleged "continuing illegality".
And the Manhattan The district attorney filed fraud against Manafort shortly after the ex-Trump campaign leader was convicted on federal charges. Some saw the maneuver as an attempt to prevent Trump from possibly pardoning Manafort, as the president can not reprieve a person for state accusations.
"New York is its home base and that's where its business and its foundation are located," says Wine-Banks, speaking of Trump, noting that the state and SDNY could also seek ownership of the Trump Founding Committee and the transition teams to claim for their New York relationships.