1. Improper Admission of Evidence: They will argue that the trial judge allowed the inclusion of prejudicial details that were irrelevant to the core issue of falsifying business records. This evidence, they claim, unfairly influenced the jury’s decision and exemplifies the politicization of the judicial process.
  2. Missing Witness Instruction: Another key argument is the trial judge’s failure to instruct the jury regarding the absence of testimony from Alan Weisselberg, the former CFO of the Trump Organization. Dershowitz points out that Weisselberg’s testimony, or the lack thereof, could have provided crucial context and potentially altered the trial’s outcome.