Today, a grand jury in this district returned a superseding indictment in this case adding one defendant and four counts.

This Notice is intended to apprise the Court and defendants of the specific changes to the original indictment and the steps that the Special Counsel’s Office is taking to ensure that the superseding indictment does not disturb the Court’s scheduling order or May 20, 2024 trial date.

The Court’s Scheduling Order. The superseding indictment should not disturb the Court’s scheduling order, ECF No. 83, or the May 20, 2024 trial date, and the Special Counsel’s Office is taking steps related to discovery and security clearances to ensure that it does not do so. First, with respect to Trump and Nauta, Count 32 does not expand the scope of the unclassified discovery that has been provided and that will be provided. The Special Counsel’s Office will promptly produce discovery related to the new obstruction defendant, allegations, and counts and Case 9:23-cr-80101-AMC Document 86 Entered on FLSD Docket 07/27/2023 Page 2 of 43 will identify material within previously produced discovery that relates to the new charges.

Second, with respect to De Oliveira, the Special Counsel’s Office will provide counsel a copy of the protective order for unclassified discovery, ECF No. 27, and once counsel has entered an appearance in the case, will arrange to produce all unclassified discovery that has been provided to the other defendants.1 Moreover, the Special Counsel’s Office will immediately connect De Oliveira’s counsel with the Litigation Security Group to begin arrangements for clearing De
Oliveira’s counsel to review classified discovery.

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