The chief clerk of the federal court system there, Angela E. Noble, also confirmed that Judge Cannon would continue to oversee the case unless she recused herself. That Judge Cannon is handling Mr. Trump’s criminal indictment elicited the question of how that had come to be. Ms. Noble wrote that certain factors increased the chances that the case would land before Judge Cannon. Judge Cannon, Ms. Noble wrote, “draws 50 percent of her cases from West Palm Beach, increasing her odds.”The clerk clarified another matter: whether Judge Cannon would continue to handle the case. The post Trump Appointee Will Remain Judge in Documents Case, Clerk Says appeared first on New York Times.