Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani arrived in his apartment on June 24, 2021 after the suspension of his legal license in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
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South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and lawyer Rudy Giuliani have been asked by a South Carolina jury to subpoena as part of an investigation into possible criminal intervention by former President Donald Trump in the 2020 elections. Issued. The new report said on Tuesday..
Also, it was Giuliani and other members of Trump’s legal team that were summoned by a special grand jury in Fulton County, and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution quoted copies of those documents obtained by the newspaper. And reported.
The Journal Constitution was approved by Judge Robert McBurney of Fulton Superior Court, where the subpoena was submitted on Tuesday, overseeing the special grand jury and requiring approval of the subpoena issued to non-residents of Georgia. Said that.
CNBC is asking Graham for comment on this report.
Giuliani’s lawyer, Robert Costello, told CNBC “I don’t know anything about the subpoena.”
“I haven’t received a subpoena,” Costello said.
Asked how he and Giuliani would respond to such a subpoena, Costello replied, “Determine whether and when it will pass.”
According to the Journal-Constitution, the other Trump Alliance lawyers for which the subpoena was issued were John Eastman, Cleta Mitchell, Kenneth Chesbro, and Jenna Ellis.
The grand jury, elected in Atlanta in early May, is scrutinizing Trump and his allies’ efforts to overturn President Joe Biden’s victory in Georgia’s 2020 elections.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who oversees the investigation, received information from the judge in January showing the reasonable possibility that the Georgia elections “may be criminal turmoil.” Said that.
According to Willis, the information includes reports that people “related to these turmoil” contacted the Secretary of State, his Attorney General, and a US lawyer in northern Georgia.
On January 2, 2021, Trump “finds” enough votes to overturn Biden’s victory to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rafenceparger on a phone call when he was still president. I urged him.
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