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1/ Roger Stone's response to the DOJ's argument that he violated the gag order is very weak. On this record, Judge Jackson could take Stone into custody if she wants to do so. Enforcing a gag order always invites a potential appeal down the line, so she may proceed cautiously.
2/ That said, I'm struck by the poor quality of Stone's response, given that six attorneys signed it. Stone's actions didn't give them much to work with, and perhaps Stone insisted on this approach, but the tone of the motion and its poor arguments will not serve him well.
3/ Stone needs lawyers who will rein in his own behavior and will put his best foot forward in front of the judge. He also needs lawyers sophisticated and skilled enough to beat the DOJ at trial. He had better hope that this response does not represent their best work. /end
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