Roger Stone’s attorneys were left scrambling in the days after they decided the new “problematic” introduction for the former Trump adviser’s book could land him in jail for potentially violating his gag order.
Stone has been in legal hot water since his attorneys notified Judge Amy Berman Jackson of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia that their client would be re-releasing his 2017 book. The release includes a new introduction that criticizes special counsel Robert Mueller III, who brought the criminal charges against Stone.
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