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February 08, 2023
Trump Sanctions In Hillary Clinton Lawsuit Paused For Appeal
A Florida federal judge put on hold nearly $1 million in sanctions against former President Donald Trump and one of his lead attorneys until the Eleventh Circuit decides their appeal on the failed racketeering lawsuit against Hillary Clinton that triggered the monetary penalty.
January 19, 2023
Fla. Judge Hits Trump, Atty With Nearly $1M In Sanctions
A Florida federal judge on Thursday sanctioned former President Donald Trump and his lead attorney Alina Habba nearly $1 million in Trump's racketeering lawsuit against Hillary Clinton for what the judge called a "pattern of misuse of the courts."
November 15, 2022
Trump Attys Say $500K Sanctions Motion Is 'Exorbitant'
Former President Donald Trump has asked a Florida federal court to deny a motion seeking nearly $500,000 in attorney fees for refiling a racketeering lawsuit against Hillary Clinton over false claims in the 2016 election, arguing that the amount is excessive and that no "vexatious" conduct occurred.
November 10, 2022
Trump Attys Sanctioned In 'Shotgun' Clinton Conspiracy Suit
A group of attorneys representing former President Donald Trump in his failed racketeering lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and others must pay $50,000 in sanctions, a Florida federal judge has ruled, finding that the "shotgun lawsuit" was full of misrepresentations that were "too frequent to be accidental."
October 31, 2022
Hillary Clinton Wants Trump Sanctioned For Tossed RICO Suit
Hillary Clinton and others targeted by Donald Trump in his recently dismissed racketeering lawsuit asked a Florida federal judge Monday to sanction the former president and his counsel and order them to pay their legal expenses, arguing that Trump and his attorneys "unreasonably and vexatiously multiplied the proceedings" and pursued a meritless suit.
September 09, 2022
Trump's RICO Suit Against Clinton Dismissed As 'Manifesto'
Former President Donald Trump's racketeering lawsuit against Hillary Clinton has been thrown out of court, with a Florida federal judge deriding the case as a poorly drafted "political manifesto" masquerading as a real lawsuit.
April 14, 2022
Trump's Russia Collusion Suit: A RICO Defense Atty's Dream?
Former President Donald Trump's sweeping RICO lawsuit accusing Hillary Clinton and others of "maliciously" painting Trump and his 2016 campaign as Russian assets appears likely to face a bumpy legal path in court, with experts saying his claim seemed to be time-barred and lacking specificity.
April 07, 2022
Clinton-Appointed Fla. Judge Won't DQ In Latest Trump Suit
Former President Donald Trump lost the first round in a newly filed lawsuit against Hillary Clinton on Wednesday, when the Florida federal judge assigned to the case stiff-armed his bid for a new judge.
March 24, 2022
Trump Sues Clinton, Dems Over Russia Collusion Claims
Former President Donald Trump accused 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in a lawsuit Thursday of conspiring with the Democratic National Committee and others during the contest "to weave a false narrative" that Trump and his campaign were colluding with Russia.