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Prosecutors for the Southern District of New York are pushing back against an effort by The New York Times to unseal search warrants that authorized the raid against President Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, according to Bloomberg.

The Times sent a letter this past week to U.S. District Judge William Pauley requesting documents related to the search of Cohen’s Park Avenue hotel room and Rockefeller Center office in April.

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Bloomberg reported that the Times requested that the search warrants, related affidavits and court orders be unsealed.

Federal prosecutors replied with a letter dated Friday announcing they would oppose the request, citing an ongoing grand jury investigation.

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