In a discussion forum on this site, we discussed what punishment, if any, would be appropriate for Donald Trump if he is found guilty of tax fraud, bank fraud and/or insurance fraud. Or if he is culpable in any way for the January sixth insurrection.
Good friend of SelectSmart.com, Ponderer wrote: "You know, Curt, Trump doing "Community Service" might just be the most sadistic form of torture that man could ever be sentenced to. That's the kind of thing only "suckers and losers" do. The humiliation he would suffer would be epic. Doing physical labor? That doesn't even benefit him at all? That he isn't even getting paid for? It's hard to imagine him suffering from a more cruel fate."
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Seven days of highway cleanup would be very appropriate. That way Trump can finally have his Infrastructure Week.
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ABC legal analyst: 'All signs point to a likely indictment' in Trump case
Dan Abrams, ABC News' chief legal analyst, on Tuesday's The View discussed last week's news that Manhattan's district attorney convened a grand jury to weigh whether to indict Trump and other Trump Organization executives amid a probe into the former president's business practices. Abrams argued on The View that "all signs point to a likely indictment," with these signs including the hiring of a "very high-profile prosecutor" to oversee the case and the grand jury being convened.
"Typically, you don't get a special grand jury like this unless they believe they have evidence of a crime," Abrams said, per Mediaite. "So all the evidence, all the signals, are towards a likely indictment of someone, if not more than one person." Trump Organization under investigation for 'insurance and bank fraud,' filing suggests
The disclosure came in a federal court filing arguing that Trump should be forced to comply with a subpoena for his tax documents. Attorneys for Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance argued Monday that President Donald Trump should be forced to comply with a subpoena for his tax documents
— and suggested that his company was under investigation for alleged insurance and bank fraud. Trump could face tax fraud probe, Manhattan prosecutor says
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Manhattan’s district attorney said on Monday he might have grounds to investigate President Donald Trump and his businesses for tax fraud, as he seeks to persuade a federal appeals court to let him obtain Trump’s tax returns.