Dan Quart: “I’ve been very active and vocal on my feelings on Trump’s abuses of the rule of law, of his terrible policies, of his indecency, but that’s different than being a district attorney who has to judge each case on the merits.”
MANHATTAN - Dan Quart spoke with the New York Times about how his commitment to ensuring one standard of justice for all New Yorkers would apply to potential cases involving the ex-President as much as anyone else. As District Attorney, Quart will judge each case based on the facts and if there is evidence a serious crime has been committed, he will prosecute it. That is true for the ex-President as much as it’s true for anyone else.
Read more from the New York Times below.
[...] Despite the candidates’ efforts to avoid it, the question hangs over the hotly contested race to become the next district attorney in Manhattan. The prestigious law enforcement office has been scrutinizing the former president for more than two years and won a hard-fought legal battle this week at the Supreme Court to obtain Mr. Trump’s tax returns.
“I’ve been very active and vocal on my feelings on Trump’s abuses of the rule of law, of his terrible policies, of his indecency,” said Dan Quart, a New York State assemblyman who is a candidate in the race. “But that’s different than being a district attorney who has to judge each case on the merits.”
“It’s incumbent upon me not to say things as a candidate for this office that could potentially threaten prosecution in the future,” he added.
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