REPORT: Judge sets date for Roger Stone trial
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(CNN) — Roger Stone will go to trial in early November in Washington on charges that he lied about his efforts to secretly contact WikiLeaks in 2016, a federal judge decided Thursday.
The longtime Donald Trump adviser’s trial is now scheduled to start November 5 and is likely to last about two weeks, said Judge Amy Berman Jackson of the US District Court in DC.
The article goes on to state the following:
Stone has pleaded not guilty to seven charges of obstruction, lying to Congress and witness tampering. He was released on bail following his arrest seven weeks ago.
The trial is set nine months from now partly because of the amount of evidence Stone’s team must piece through and may argue about before the trial. Prosecutors have turned over nine terabytes of data to the defense team so far, they said in court.
NEW: Judge sets Roger Stone’s trial date for Nov. 5, 2019. pic.twitter.com/HfhNaC5WEg
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) March 14, 2019
Roger Stone will go to trial in early November in Washington on charges that he lied about his efforts to secretly contact WikiLeaks in 2016, a federal judge decided Thursday https://t.co/FenlF5lwEr pic.twitter.com/AzB3zscXFZ
— CNN (@CNN) March 14, 2019
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