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Tim Hogan
Four new sealed dockets filed today in DC. 😎 19-cr-24 19-cr-25 19-cr-28 19-cr-29
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RubyWorms Jan 31
Replying to @TimInHonolulu
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Tim Hogan Jan 31
Replying to @RubyWorms
They filed all those today. I checked in the a.m. Nothing. I'm watching for another one. They skipped over 19-cr-30. The last time they did that it was the Russian Internet Research case as I recall.
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KT Kelly Jan 31
Are you saying 19-23 are still to come?
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Tim Hogan Jan 31
No. The ones that are filed in January that are stilled sealed are 19-cr-9 19-cr-24 19-cr-25 19-cr-28 19-cr-29 They skipped over 19-cr-30 and filed 19-cr-31. I'm watching No 30.
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Tim Hogan Jan 31
Replying to @RubyWorms
They just posted online record of filing of 19-cr-30. False alarm. Not a Mueller case. But four others filed today are still in the money.
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Tim Hogan Jan 31
10-cr-30 was just posted but it's not a Mueller case.
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Chris Raimondi Jan 31
Any word if grand jury met today? Seems like having both a grand jury meeting on Thursday AND sealed case on same day has been highly predictive.
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Tim Hogan Jan 31
19-cr-23 is not a Muller case. IMO.
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Todd B Stone Jan 31
Do you happen to know 26 & 27?
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Tim Hogan Jan 31
26=USA vs Ahmed, Health care fraud; 27=USA vs Barnes, Car theft and machine guns
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Tim Hogan Jan 31
Replying to @LDrakston
Not related to Mueller.
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Tim Hogan Jan 31
My understanding from earlier reports is that the DC grand jury regularly convenes on Thursdays.
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David Mersault Jan 31
I worked in restaurants for years during school and such. You know that feeling when it's 5 minutes til closing and that romantic couple walks in, that you know isn't going to leave in like, forever? That must be like the court clerks on Fridays when Mueller's team comes in.
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tuszyb® Jan 31
What does it mean when a sealed docket is entered? Does it mean an indictment is coming? Or is it just a first step?
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Tim Hogan Jan 31
I'm a former hotel restaurant manager turned trial lawyer. Court is nothing like that. The court and clerks run the show. Not the customers. They come in chains.
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19th Angry Democrat Jan 31
Usually, anybody can look on a courts "docket" and see what's coming because it's public record. Docket is just a fancy word for calendar
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Tim Hogan Jan 31
Court's calendar is just called the calendar. Docket is another way to say file index. It's a list by number date and event description. Usually a document but sometimes the court puts Minute Orders in without a document. Plus the clerks cuss you out from screwing up.
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Tim Hogan Jan 31
Cases you see in district court with number like 19-cr-28 might be indictment, information or complaint. It also could be a prisoner case that are also filed in the main "cr"case type. But usually, I'd guess 90%, they are indictments. There are a lot since 2018. See
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Cole 🏔 Jan 31
Replying to @TimInHonolulu
We are literally Sleepless in Seattle on Friday’s since this trump crime spree started . Alarm set for 3 A.M. ...
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