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The federal judge overseeing former Trump adviser Roger Stone's criminal trial signaled Tuesday that she might revoke his bail, criticizing him and his lawyers for failing to tell her when she issued a gag order that his latest book – which includes slashing commentary about Special Counsel Robert Mueller – was already on sale.

Judge Amy Berman Jackson also wrote in a signed order that she believes Stone's lawyers misled her last week about the timing of the book's release as a means to generate publicity for it.

And regardless of when the book first went on sale, she wrote Tuesday, Stone 'may no longer share his views on these particular subjects with the world.'

Jackson ruled on February 21 that Stone would be permitted to raise money for his defense, and to proclaim his innocence, but otherwise forbade him from making any public comments about his trial or the special counsel probe that led to his criminal charges of lying to investigators, witness tampering and obstruction of justice.
Source: Daily Mail


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