A special master has finished reviewing millions of items seized from Michael Cohen’s home and offices in April, allowing the government to begin moving forward in their case against President Donald Trump’s former attorney.

In a letter to the court, former Manhattan federal judge and current Bracewell partner Barbara Jones said she found nearly 7,150 items to be privileged, while 285 were highly personal in nature. These items were excluded from the more than 3.2 million that were handed over to federal prosecutors in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York during the months-long process.

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