Trump said “If you go after me, I’m coming after you!” To the DOJ and now they want a Protective Order. Below is the definition of what they want.
A protective order, also known as a protective order request, is a legal request made by the Department of Justice (DOJ) in the Trump case to restrict access to certain information or evidence in order to protect its confidentiality, privacy, or other sensitive factors related to the case.
The plan by former President Donald Trump’s team to use the most recent indictment to expose evidence of election fraud in 2020 may be crushed by the Justice Department.
President Trump was indicted last week in Washington on four charges. It frames his claims that the election had been rigged, his attempts to litigate, to get dueling electors in place, and then his alleged involvement in the Jan. 6, 2021, riots as a planned conspiracy.
The case will require prosecutors to prove that President Trump didn’t, in fact, believe the 2020 elections were rigged. And his legal team was quick to fire back, saying they would use discovery and subpoenas to show the public every piece of evidence available—everything they can obtain—to show why the former president believed that the election was stolen.