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Trumpʼs Scandals Captivate the Courtroom, but Case Hangs on Dry Details

Ben Protess, Jonah E. Bromwich, William K. Rashbaum and Maggie Haberman
The New York Times
May 4, 2024

Marc Frazier Scholl was quoted in the New York Times commenting on the prosecution's opening statement in the criminal trial of Donald Trump.

“It was a smart way to start the case,” said Marc F. Scholl, who served in the Manhattan district attorney’s office for nearly four decades, specializing in white-collar crimes and working on dozens of cases that included the false business records charge.

Likening the trial to a jigsaw puzzle, Mr. Scholl added that, before it is over, the prosecution “will have to provide all the pieces.”

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