Todd Blanche Wikipedia, Attorney, Wiki, Bio, Age, Net Worth, Partner
Todd Blanche Wikipedia, Attorney, Wiki, Bio, Age, Net Worth, Partner – The well-known American attorney Todd Blanche is best known for being the latest incarnation of former President Donald Trump. He recently made headlines when he successfully fought to get Paul Manafort’s indictment by the Manhattan district attorney’s office removed on April 3, 2023. Manafort had previously worked as the former president’s campaign manager.
Todd Blanche Bio
|Age||48 years old|
|Date Of Birth||6 August 1974|
|Profession||Lawyer, Media Personality|
|Zodiac Sign||Not Known|
|Birthplace||New York City, United States|
Todd Blanche Physical Stats
|Shoe Size||Not Known|
Todd Blanche Educational Qualifications
|College or University||American University|
Brooklyn Law School
|Educational Degree||BA in communication|
Todd Blanche Family
|Brother / Sister||Not Known|
Todd Blanche’s Marital Status
|Spouse Name||Kristine M Blanche|
|Married Date||Not Known|
Todd Blanche Collection & Net Worth
|Net Worth||$ 8.5 Million|
Todd Blanche’s Social Media Accounts
Todd Blanche News
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft no longer has Todd Blanche on their list of partners. The explanation seems to be rather simple: the former assistant US attorney for the Southern District of New York is moving on to a new “opportunity,” which will involve defending Donald Trump in court.
According to Politico, Blanche stated in an internal email that he could not defend the former president while working for Biglaw. After giving it some thinking, I’ve determined that accepting the request to represent Trump in the recently filed DA case is the wisest course of action and a chance I shouldn’t pass up. He went on, “Clearly, I had to make the difficult decision since doing this as a partner at Cadwalader was not an option.
Blanche joins Joe Tacopina and Susan Necheles as a Trump representative. Yet this isn’t Blanche’s first venture into Trumpland’s legal issues. According to Law360:
The Manhattan district attorney was unable to charge [Paul] Manafort with residential mortgage fraud because Blanche successfully argued that doing so would violate the principle of double jeopardy. Both the trial and appellate courts agreed that Manafort could not be charged in a state court after being prosecuted in a federal court for the same offence.
Igor Fruman, a longtime associate of Rudy Giuliani, was also represented by Blanche; he pleaded guilty to federal accusations of obtaining unauthorised foreign political contributions in order to advance a cannabis business. The jury saw pictures of Fruman and Parnas smiling with Trump, Giuliani, Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump, and his son-in-law Jared Kushner during the trial of Fruman’s co-defendants, Lev Parnas and Andrey Kukushkin.
The former president’s criminal accusations are now under seal, but Trump is anticipated to be formally arraigned later today. At that point, the indictment will be officially unveiled, he will be charged, likely have his fingerprints taken, and his mugshot taken.