Supreme Court Grants Trump Partial Immunity in Election Interference Case

WASHINGTON D.C. (trfnews.i234.me) – The U.S. Supreme Court has granted former President Donald Trump partial immunity from prosecution, specifically for actions taken in his official capacity. Chief Justice John Roberts emphasized that ex-presidents are entitled to absolute immunity from criminal prosecution for their official acts. However, he clarified that this immunity does not extend to… Continue reading Supreme Court Grants Trump Partial Immunity in Election Interference Case

Prosecution Opposes Motion to Suppress Murder Suspect’s Statement

Jorge Luis Benitez-Estremera

Thief River Falls, MN (trfnews.i234.me) – The prosecution has filed a memorandum opposing the defense’s motion to suppress a statement made by Jorge Luis Benitez-Estremera, a Thief River Falls man, while in custody during a murder investigation. The state argued that Benitez-Estremera knowingly, intelligently, and voluntarily waived his Miranda rights. Benitez-Estremera, 33, was indicted last… Continue reading Prosecution Opposes Motion to Suppress Murder Suspect’s Statement

Minnesota Woman Accused of Child Torture Seeks Extension as Attorney General Takes Over Prosecution

Jorden Nicole Borders

BRAINERD, MN (trfnews.i234.me) – Jorden Nicole Borders, accused of torturing her three children, appeared via Zoom with her public defender, Mark Hansen, on Tuesday, April 23. They requested more time as the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office assumed prosecution. Assistant Attorneys General Mary Russell and Dominika Kins were consulted, with the state supporting the request. Borders… Continue reading Minnesota Woman Accused of Child Torture Seeks Extension as Attorney General Takes Over Prosecution