Judge considers gag order in Roger Stone case, blasts ‘public relations campaign’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Judge considers gag order in Roger Stone case, blasts ‘public relations campaign’

The federal judge presiding over the case against former Trump adviser Roger Stone said Friday she is considering imposing a gag order, citing the defendant’s spate of public comments and interviews about his indictment.

During a hearing in court Friday, U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson said she has not yet made up her mind on instituting a gag order on the defendant and attorneys in the case, but gave both sides a deadline of Feb. 8 to submit in writing their positions on it.

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