WASHINGTON – A lawyer for Michael Flynn says the former national security adviser, is “eager” to proceed to the condemnation and put his criminal case behind him.
Lawyer Robert Waiter made the remarks during a court hearing Tuesday for the U. S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan. It was the first time Flynn had appeared in court since his guilty plea last year to lying to the FBI about his contacts with the Russian officials during the presidential transition and his Turkish lobby.
Waiter says Flynn wants this “chapter” behind him, but special counsel Robert Mueller’s team has requested an additional delay, while the retirement of the AMERICAN Army, general continues to cooperate with the investigation, Russia.
Sullivan agreed to the delay on Tuesday that he does not want to “micromanage” Flynn’s cooperation with prosecutors.