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Laura Jarrett

Laura Jarrett is a senior legal correspondent for NBC News.

Laura Jarrett is a senior legal correspondent for NBC News.

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Federal judge orders Pence to testify in special counsel probe investigating Trump

A federal judge has ordered former Vice President Mike Pence to comply with a grand jury subpoena from the special counsel about former President Donald Trump.

Bragg, DA probing Trump, received death threat letter with white powder

The FBI and NYPD are investigating a letter containing a death threat and white powder that was mailed to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, whose office is investigating former President Donald Trump, law-enforcement sources told NBC News.

Judge in civil rape case against Trump will use anonymous jury, citing risk of juror harassment

The judge presiding over E. Jean Carroll's civil rape and defamation lawsuit against Donald Trump ruled Thursday that he'll use an anonymous jury in the case.

How Trump could be indicted: What to know about the hush money case

A former president has never been prosecuted in the history of the United States.

Trump ally tries to undercut Michael Cohen with testimony in hush money probe

A key Trump ally testified before a grand jury and attempted to discredit earlier testimony from Michael Cohen in a probe that could lead to Trump's indictment.

In a high-stakes hearing, a judge will consider whether to order an abortion pill off the market

A federal judge in Texas will hold a hearing on Wednesday in a lawsuit that seeks to overturn the FDA's approval of abortion pills.

Texas judge issues public notice of abortion pills hearing after complaint from media outlets

A Texas judge scheduled a hearing on the use of abortion pills after a coalition of media organizations pressed him to provide more transparency in the case.

Supreme Court case involving Trump-era border immigration policy removed from calendar

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has removed from its oral argument calendar a case involving Title 42, the controversial Trump-era immigration policy used to quickly expel asylum-seekers at the border.

How one judge could throw abortion pill access into question nationwide

An anti-abortion group has asked a judge in Texas to order the FDA to pull a pill used in medication abortions, mifepristone, off the market.

Pence subpoenaed by special counsel investigating Trump's role in Jan. 6

Former Vice President Mike Pence has been subpoenaed by the special counsel investigating former President Donald Trump.