Trump Floats Quasi-Advice Of Counsel Defense For NY Trial

By Lauren Berg (March 12, 2024, 10:29 PM EDT) -- Donald Trump's attorneys told a New York judge they will argue that he lacked intent to commit the felonies alleged in his hush money case because the former president knew he had attorneys involved in the payoffs to women during his 2016 election campaign, but that it's not quite an advice-of-counsel defense....

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