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The Boston Globe, April 2023

The juxtaposition could hardly be starker. In one of the most consequential prosecutions in the country’s history, the alleged criminal acts are based on routine business actions: writing checks, receiving invoices, making entries in a ledger.

As legal observers pored over the 34-count indictment against Donald Trump on Tuesday, some wondered whether alleged conduct, and the legal theories the Manhattan district attorney is relying on to argue that the acts are felonies, will be enough to overcome the considerable challenges of prosecuting the former president.

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