The new attorneys for Michael Flynn want security clearances so they can see classified information they believe exists that relates to the retired general's case. The team made the request during its first appearances in federal court this week, setting the stage for possible future clashes with the prosecution during the Monday status conference. Flynn entered a guilty plea for making false statements to government agents in 2017 and has been cooperating with the government prior to his sentencing, which is expected sometime later this year.
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