Trump May Face Questioning on Previous Court Rulings Under Testimony, Including Tax Fraud and Defamation Cases

  • 2 months ago
Prosecutors will be allowed to question Former President Donald Trump about previous court rulings involving fraud and defamation, should Trump choose to testify. This includes a 2020 ruling that found the Trump Organization guilty of tax fraud and a 2022 case where Trump was held liable for defaming E Jean Carroll over sexual assault allegations. Prosecutors will not be able to discuss monetary damages from the Carroll case or details of the sexual misconduct allegations themselves.