Former President Donald Trump‘s attorney Alina Habba is concerned about the instructions that will be given to the jury who will determine Trump’s fate in his New York hush money trial.

During an appearance on “Sunday Morning Futures” on Fox News, Habba warned that the judge could deliver biased instructions to the jury as she noted that judges give jurors instructions on how to interpret law relevant to the specific case at hand before the jury begins to deliberate on a decision.

“This judge is the judge that determines the jury instructions. The jury instructions are the roadmap for non-attorneys and jurors to follow the law. It’s going to be critical and frankly, at this point, I have zero confidence in the fact that this person, who should not be sitting on the bench right now, will do the right thing and give jury instructions that are in an appropriate manner without any persuasion towards the prosecution,” she said.

She also expressed concerns that jurors’ family and friends could potentially sway their decisions. According to her, the holiday period holds potential danger for Trump as the jurors could be improperly influenced by people with “Trump Derangement Syndrome” during that time.

Arguing with guest host Sean Duffy over his suggestion that the Memorial Day break in the case until Tuesday when closing arguments averts a situation in which jurors make a rushed verdict to get on with their holiday plans, Habba said that the jurors should have been placed in solitary.

“They should have been sequestered, because, in my opinion, these jurors are handling something that is completely unprecedented and unwarranted in America,” Habba stated, adding, “And for them to be able to be out and about on a holiday weekend with friends and families who have opinions, who are watching the news, TVs on in the background at the pool party, I have serious concerns.”

“If they’re left-winging and they’re watching MSDNC, as my client calls it, or CNN, they’re not going to get fair news…They’re going to hear — but, by the way, they have been saying that this case is a hoax, which is shocking. But they know that the jurors are out there listening. And I have concerns about that. Time is — can be on your side sometimes. You’re right there,” she continued.

In conclusion, the attorney said, “But, in this instance, I have worries about them going back to whatever friends might have Trump Derangement Syndrome, forgetting all sense of reality, and coming back and sitting in that box and saying, ‘You know what, I have got to take one for the DNC (Democratic National Committee).’ I don’t want that. I want law to fact, because, if we can get that, we will win, we will not just get a hung jury, we will get an acquittal. So let’s see.”