Call records between Cohen, other witnesses introduced into evidence

Jaden Jarmel-Schneider, another paralegal for the DA’s office, took the stand shortly after Longstreet's testimony concluded.

Amid his testimony, several calls between Donald Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen and others were introduced into evidence.

Summaries of phone records that were introduced into evidence included conversations between Cohen and Dylan Howard, Cohen and David Pecker, Cohen and Keith Schiller, and Cohen and Allen Weisselberg, Cohen and Gina Davidson, Cohen and Hope Hicks, Cohen and Gina Rodriquez, and Cohen and Trump.

The court reviewed several of these calls and Schneider also confirmed he identified an incoming call to Cohen's phone at the same time his recording of his conversation with Trump ended.

Prosecutors have insisted that Cohen's recording of his conversation with Trump about the Karen McDougal payment was ended due to an incoming call. The defense previously suggested there was no incoming call.

Cohen, who's slated to testify in court on Monday, is expected to be the star witness for Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and his team for his role in arranging a $130,000 payment in 2016 to adult actress Daniels to reportedly keep her story that she had a sexual encounter with Trump in the early 2000s.

Trump, later, made several payments of $35,000 to Cohen, who was his personal attorney at the time. Trump has denied the encounter happened.

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