It`s going to be challenging for Florida district attorneys to make a criminal case against Donald Trump`s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski for getting hold of the arm of a female reporter, veteran defense attorney said Thursday.It kind of resemble a lot of rubbish, to be truthful, said Scott Berry, previous president of the Palm Beach County Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys.


Lewandowski was charged with misdemeanor battery for the March 8 campaign event, which was recorded on video.

A lot of misdemeanor battery cases in Palm Beach County include either a domestic-violence claim or a battle, attorneys there said.

Michelle Suskauer, a 25-year veteran Palm Beach defense legal representative, stated, There s pushing, there`s shoving. It s not a domestic violence circumstance.

Another Palm Beach defense attorney, Richard Tendler, stated, this case is going nowhere.

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