Alan Dershowitz: Supreme Court would likely overturn a Trump conviction

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

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Attorney and former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz told Fox News that he believes the Supreme Court will likely overturn a conviction of President Trump. 

In a clip shared by The Post Millennial, he stated, “He will probably win in the United States Supreme Court if they grant review and they should grant review.”

Dershowitz also noted that because Biden is using his administration to indict his election opponent, “It has to be beyond reproach. It has to be without any problems. It has to be the strongest case in history.”

Multiple conservative leaders have questioned the nature of President Trump’s indictments, and the latest legal move has caused even more speculation. 

Various members of Congress expressed their concerns regarding the motive behind the indictments, per RSBN.

In addition, RSBN reported that the third indictment includes four charges related to President Trump’s questioning of the 2020 election results after unprecedented changes to election protocols occurred.

This led President Trump to post a 10-minute long video that displays 39 Democrats denying election results in 2018, 2016, 2004, and 2000, per RSBN.

Despite the continued prosecution of President Trump, his popularity remains, and the unclear grounds for the list of charges against him continue to be debated based on their lack of precedent or application to other politicians.  

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