Over the weekend, former President Donald Trump declared on social media that he expects to be arrested on Tuesday and issued a call for action from his supporters, encouraging them to protest this. Multiple reports suggest that law enforcement agencies have been preparing for a potential Trump indictment in New York in the case of the hush money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels.

While the criminal charges are not certain, legal experts have cast doubt on the legal precedent for indicting the former President. FOX’s Eben Brown spoke with former assistant district attorney, criminal defense attorney, and founder of Holloway Law Group Philip Holloway to break down the aspects of this potential indictment and why he believes the Manhattan D.A. pursuing this doesn’t have the authority or legal precedent.