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A federal judge has ruled that former President Donald Trump’s lawyer, Evan Corcoran, must testify before a grand jury in the special counsel probe of classified documents.

The judge invoked the “crime fraud exception” to attorney-client privilege, which allows testimony from attorneys about conversations with their clients in cases where a crime has been committed.

The case centers around a document submitted to the Justice Department claiming that all classified documents had been turned over in June, when in fact over 100 documents were found in August at Mar-A-Lago.

The ruling indicates that the Justice Department has reason to believe that Trump committed crimes in the process.

The Trump team has appealed the ruling, and the case is currently being litigated on an expedited timeline.

The reason for the accelerated timeline is unclear.

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