Michael Cohen Likely To Flip As Lawyers Abandon His Case

Report: Michael Cohen ‘Likely’ to Cooperate With Federal Prosecutors

Michael Cohen reportedly separating with his lawyers in federal case

I think that Michael Cohen is in a very, very bad spot" MSNBC reporter: "Detained immigrant children "effectively incarcerated" in Texas facility GOP chairwoman: "Anyone who doesn't support Trump "will be making a mistake" MORE's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, is throwing cold water on reports that Michael Cohen, Trump's longtime personal lawyer, is preparing to cooperate with investigators in the special counsel's Russian Federation probe. Cohen's attorneys, McDermott partners Stephen Ryan, based in Washington, D.C., and Todd Harrison, based in NY, did not respond to emails and phone calls seeking comment.

To date, Cohen has been represented by Stephen Ryan and Todd Harrison of the Washington and NY firm, McDermott, Will & Emery LLP.

Salon's Shira Tarlo ran down all the various stories that cascaded through the day reporting that Cohen and his lawyers were parting company.

News of McDermott's looming departure from the case comes ahead of a federal judge's Friday deadline to conduct a privilege review over documents seized in the April raid of Cohen's home and offices in NY.

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On the eve of President Trump's birthday, it was reported that his "fixer" Michael Cohen is fixing to be indicted, arrested, hire new defense attorneys and flip on the president in hopes of a plea deal.

"Attorney-client privilege is dead!" The Times reported that once the review is complete, Cohen will seek new counsel.

Getting that warrant isn't possible if a prosecutor is on a fishing expedition for something they can use to flip someone like Cohen; they need to have strong evidence that the attorney has committed a crime. "Trump should be super anxious about Michael Cohen", a former White House official said.

"What they are talking about is they were bitter over losing the election and some of the people right in Mueller's office were the ones crying - crying like babies the night that Hillary lost", Giuliani said. U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood previously gave Cohen's team a Friday deadline for their first review.

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At this point, there are no indications that Cohen has discussed a plea deal in the fraud investigation and he has not been charged.

The probe into Cohen is being handled by federal prosecutors in Manhattan, who were made aware of alleged wrongdoing by Mueller's team of investigators.

As it turns out, the Trump family is footing much of the bill for that and according to the New York Times, they aren't happy about how much it's costing, which has widened the rift between Cohen and Trump. Two other attorneys handled the bulk of Trump's and his organizations legal work. There's also speculation that maybe Mr. Cohen needs a different type of lawyer.

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