Weaponized prosecutors are denying Trump 'constitutional right to due process'

September 9, 2023
World Net Daily

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

The weaponized prosecutors in the various Democrat-supported legal cases against President Donald Trump are denying him his "constitutional right to due process," according to a legal expert.

And, "The world is watching," charges Alan Dershowitz in a column posted at the Daily Caller News Foundation.

He's the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law, Emeritus at Harvard Law School, and has 60 years of experience in America's courtrooms.

Trump is being targeted by leftists in the Department of Justice and state agencies for his "crimes" which include making telephone calls and expressing his opinion about the suspect 2020 presidential election and more. In Georgia, he's accused of doing the same thing that Al Gore did in 2000, actions for which he never even was considered for charges.

Dershowitz explained, "The four criminal trials currently scheduled for former President Donald Trump are amongst the most significant and controversial trials in American history. It is imperative that they also be among the fairest trials in our history. Regardless of the results—acquittal, conviction, hung jury—the trials must be perceived as having been fair. The defendant must receive the benefit of all of his constitutional and statutory rights. Not only is Donald Trump on trial in these cases, but the American system of justice is on trial, not only in America but around the world."

He noted Trump's tenure in the White House and the fact he's the leading candidate against octogenarian Joe Biden.

"Never before in our history has a leading presidential candidate been indicted, especially in the run-up to the election. If the trials themselves are unfair or even reasonably perceived to be unfair, our nation will be further divided and our standing in the world of democracies will be further damaged," he warned.

He pointed out that many on the left demand that someone "get" Trump.

"Many believe that the noble end of preventing Trump from being our next president justifies ignoble means, including stretching the Constitution and the law so as to assure his conviction. They believe that the reelection of President Trump would be more dangerous than compromising his constitutional rights," he said. But that opinion, he said, is "shortsighted."

It's because right now it seems Trump is being denied "his most fundamental constitutional right—to present his defenses to an unbiased jury."

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