A federal judge on Monday sought a copy of the executive order commuting Roger Stone’s prison sentence in order to address questions about the scope of President Trump’s commutation.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson said in an order that she is seeking the document in response to questions from the U.S. Probation Office. Berman Jackson, an Obama appointee, said she needs to determine whether the commutation “involves the sentence of incarceration alone or also the period of supervised release.”
Berman Jackson ordered Stone, a longtime Trump ally, and the Department of Justice to produce the document by Tuesday.
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