The Ghislaine Maxwell trial begins Monday, November 29th, 2021. D-Day. Twelve jurors and six alternatives will choose the fate of an accused sex offender and trafficker. The referee will be Judge Alison Nathan. Maxwell’s defense team is the infamous Bobbi Sternheim, known for defending terrorist, murders and high-profile Ponzi scheme fraudsters.
The case is basically closed to the public. There won’t be a livestream like we saw in the State trial against Rittenhouse. Antiquated Federal laws prohibit the trial to be livestreamed, no matter the public interest.
We will be focusing journalist efforts on combing through public court case documents. We have hired a team of legal correspondents that will help decipher all filings. For those interested you can follow all court documents on the Maxwell case at this link here.
A relevant court document filed on November 24 states that the public will be allowed access to the trial in the overflow courtrooms. I am not sure how many individuals the overflow courtrooms allow so if you are planning on being there, get there early.
Our last-minute correspondent dropped out of the trial investigation. If anyone is located in the New York City area and can attend the trial let me know. My team is looking for an individual who can take notes in the overflow courtroom and report back daily. We do offer compensation for anyone willing.
Keep in touch and have a Happy Thanksgiving. We will be pouring through legal documents in the meantime.
News Flow on Maxwell
Prince Andrew accusations excluded from Ghislaine Maxwell-Epstein trial: When Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime companion Ghislaine Maxwell goes on trial next week, the accuser who captivated the public most, with claims she was trafficked to Britain’s Prince Andrew and other prominent men, won’t be part of the case.
Ghislaine Maxwell trial: Days of reckoning loom for accused and possibly Prince Andrew: Ghislaine Maxwell will go on trial on November 29 accused of trafficking and facilitating the sexual abuse of minors by the late financier Jeffrey Epstein in a case that will likely include accusations of abuse by other individuals that could include Britain's Prince Andrew.
EXCLUSIVE: Ghislaine Maxwell's husband Scott Borgerson tries to keep a low profile in his quaint Massachusetts town a week before her sex trafficking trial – but are they still together and will he be in court?
GHISLAINE MAXWELL’S TRIAL OPENS A NEW CHAPTER IN HEINOUS JEFFREY EPSTEIN SAGA: Maxwell is facing charges that she groomed and trafficked young girls for the late pedophile financier. What we learn in the process—and whether more charges materialize down the line—will largely depend on who takes the stand.
Maxwell to challenge accusers, seek distance from Epstein at sex abuse trial: British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell's defense in her sex abuse trial will focus on undermining her accusers and distancing her from Jeffrey Epstein, the financier for whom she is charged with recruiting underage girls, according to legal experts and court filings.
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