Judge issues order putting Trump’s business assets under monitor



(The Center Square) – Judge Arthur Engoron issued an order Thursday blocking former President Donald Trump from moving his assets without informing a court monitor.

The judge’s order states that Trump and the other defendants must disclose all of the entities they own and declare in advance “any anticipated transfer of assets or liabilities to any other entities.”

Engoron’s previously found Trump liable for fraud and ruled that New York Attorney General Letitia James had proved the core of her case.

Trump has appealed that ruling.

Trump, 77, is the front-runner for the Republican nomination for president. He faces legal challenges across the country as he seeks the GOP nomination, including four criminal cases, two of which were filed in federal court by special counsel Jack Smith.



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