Judge says Sussman trial could begin in June

Judge says Sussman trial could begin in June

Justin Wise (Dec. 8, 2021, 4:46pm ET) – Washington, D.C. federal judge presides over special counsel’s case against former Perkins Coie LLP partner who allegedly lied to FBI , a trial could take place in June 2022. But he noted that because of the court’s COVID-19 protocol, he must first obtain permission to issue a dispatch order.

“I certainly understand that the defendant wants to end this and get on with his life, win or lose,” U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper said in a virtual status meeting. “There are many other factors at play, Foremost among them is the availability of courts…

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