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If Trump is convicted for violating the Espionage Act and two other federal laws, he could face up to 33 years in prison, legal experts say

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Former President Donald Trump. AP Photo/Joe Maiorana, File
Trump may have violated three federal laws following the FBI search at Mar-a-Lago.
Trump could serve up to 33 years in prison, if he is charged and convicted, legal experts say.
Prosecutors would have to build a strong legal case against the former president.
Former President Donald Trump could receive up to 33 years in prison if he is charged and convicted of violating three federal laws following the FBI's search at his Mar-a-Lago residence, legal experts say. The search warrant revealed that federal authorities were looking for...
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