A lawyer for former President Donald Trump admitted to an appeals court panel Tuesday there was little difference between the warrant issued against his client and a regular subject of investigation, raising more questions about the court’s role in the ongoing document dispute following the search of his Mar-a-Lago estate. 

“The injunction is the most overblown part of the litigation,” said Trump’s attorney James M. Trusty with Ifrah Law during oral arguments before the Eleventh Circuit in Atlanta, trying to get documents taken from the August search back into the hands of Trump. “But we’re trying to prevent the amputation of a thoughtful process, under precedent and factors detailed by judge Aileen Cannon, that allow for this incredibly unusual case.”