Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz said Wednesday he expects the Mueller probe's final report to leak or be published when it is complete -- and if so, President Trump's legal team should have a rebuttal ready.

Dershowitz said that the report should not be assessed as evidence of guilt because it is simply an "indictment" like any other.

"We should never see it unless we also see the president's legal team's rebuttal. Otherwise it is a one-sided presentation," he said.


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Dershowitz said that the Mueller report is "simply an accusation" containing mainly testimony from witnesses called by the prosecution.

"The special counsel is just another prosecutor," he said. "We must see the other side of the story before we can come to any conclusion."

Dershowitz said that the truth is "best achieved through an adversarial process."

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