Judge again sides with Trump in Mar-a-Lago documents fight

The judge in Donald Trump's legal challenge to the FBI's seizure of documents from his Florida estate has again ruled in favor of the former president.

This is the latest development in Trump's ongoing showdown with the Justice Department.

Judge Eleanor Ross ruled Thursday that the FBI must disclose to Trump's lawyers which agents conducted the raid on his home last month, 

While Dearie was appointed to the role by President Trump, she has overruled some of the procedures he proposed.

Cannon, a Trump appointee based in Fort Pierce, Fla., chose to adopt a slower timeline for the document review proposed by Trump’s attorney, Dearie, who is based in Brooklyn.

Cannon's new order will mean that the review of Dearie's rulings will probably take well into the new year.

This could cause some objections to be raised, but Dearie is confident she can handle them.

Furthermore, Cannon refused Dearie's proposal to make Trump state from the beginning whether he believes the FBI's inventory of seized materials is incorrect.