Former President Trump scored a legal victory when a federal judge announced she would appoint an outside legal expert to review files seized by law enforcement from Mar-a-Lago. John Yang discussed the legal implications of the decision with Barbara McQuade, a professor at the University of Michigan Law School and a former federal prosecutor.
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