Professor Germain on Trump Contempt Charges: “We have not heard the last of this.”

Professor Gregory Germain discussed the $9,000 contempt charge for Donald Trump violating the gag order in his hush money trial with the Washington Times.

In the article, Germain breaks down a New York law that allows judges to impose fines or jail time for “criminal contempt” not committed in front of the court and the constraints the judge has within this law.

With another contempt hearing on Thursday, Germain says “Given that Trump is the kind of guy who will continue to skirt the line with his media posts I suspect we have not heard the last of this.”