Trump no longer in contempt of court, must pay $110K fine

A New York judge is temporarily releasing former President Donald Trump from an order holding him in contempt of court and fining him $10,000 per day in a dispute over a subpoena for documents.

Judge Arthur Engoron of state Supreme Court in Manhattan said in an order Wednesday that Trump would be permanently released from the contempt finding if he meets certain requirements by May 20, including paying the accrued fine of $110,000.

Trump’s attorneys also must submit sworn affidavits from individuals who were referenced in previous filings as being involved in the search of Trump’s records, as well as affidavits from Trump’s executive assistants describing his record-retention

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