The Washington Examiner reports:
A federal judge has ordered redacted copies of the search warrant materials from the FBI’s raid of former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s home and office last spring be made public. The documents will be placed on the docket Tuesday, according to a brief order by U.S. District Court Judge William Pauley III. The materials were obtained as part of an FBI raid of Cohen’s New York City home, office, and safety deposit box last April. Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison, and he’s due to start that sentence in May.
NEW: The federal judge presiding over Michael Cohen’s case in New York has ordered that redacted copies of the search warrant materials be made public tomorrow.
Cohen’s home, office, and safety deposit box was searched last April.
— Tom Winter (@Tom_Winter) March 18, 2019
Looks like we’ll be getting Michael Cohen’s search warrant materials: The NY federal judge handling Cohen’s case approved proposed redactions and ordered the redacted versions placed on the public docket by tomorrow pic.twitter.com/RPJMuQbLXi
— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) March 18, 2019