Warrants Reveal Mueller Sought Cohen's Emails Months Before FBI Raided His Home
Tuesday, 19 March 2019 Newly unsealed documents on Tuesday revealed Special Counsel Robert Mueller obtained court-approved search warrants to find emails from President Donald Trump's longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen in July 2017, according to The Washington Post. The troves of documents revealed how Mueller's investigation progressed rapidly to help uncover the digital trails from the Trump campaign. The search warrants also detailed how the investigation into Cohen was handed off to federal prosecutors in New York in early 2018, including how much evidence was present when prosecutors searched Cohen's house, office, and hotel room during April 2018. They also detail the wide variety of crimes Cohen was...
According to CNN, newly unsealed warrants used to investigate Michael Cohen show that Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators were allowed by a federal judge to review years of Michael Cohen's emails and other online data from the time he worked under Donald Trump.
According to Business Insider, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team sent 14 criminal referrals to other prosecutors. Only two of those cases have been made public, including a case against President..
Michael Cohen is reportedly suing the Trump Organization.
According to CNN President Donald Trump's former lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen, is suing the Trump Organization, saying it failed to fulfill..