Rudy Giuliani and his lawyers left the Fulton County Courthouse on Wednesday without a word after six hours of a special grand jury over Georgia’s 2020 election results.
Following the testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson, a supporter of former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, at a committee hearing on January 6, he summoned former personal attorney Donald Trump to testify. The Atlanta Journal – According to the Constitution, in May, a 23-member panel interrogated ‘dozens’ of witnesses in connection with Trump and his aides accused of trying to sway the election results in Georgia.
After the hearing, Giuliani’s local attorney, Bill Thomas, said: “We were ordered to come here, we showed up, and I can assure you we did what we had to do.” We will respect the fact that grand jury proceedings are confidential.
Prosecutors, including Fulton County District Attorney Fanny Willis of Georgia, have begun an investigation into whether President Trump’s request in February 2021 to “retrieve” 11,800 ballots from Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rappensperger. Biden finally beat the decisive swing state’s 16 electoral college by a margin of about 0.23%.
In Washington, DC, on June 13, a special commission to investigate the January 6 attack on the US Capitol held a hearing at the Canon House office building, where Rudy Giuliani, former President Donald Trump’s lawyer, was the result of Georgia’s 2020 elections. Speech for 6 hours about GETTY IMAGES/SOMODEVILLA
The Atlanta Journal – According to the Constitution, Trump legal team John Eastman, Kenneth Cesevrow, Jenna Ellis and Cletta Mitchell, as well as South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, known for advising Rappensperger to cast a legal vote in relation to the 2020 election, according to the Constitution. was also summoned.
Giuliani, who was recently sued for $262,000 after a check from ex-wife Judith failed, called the Fulton County investigation “a violation of the Sixth Amendment” in an interview with Newsmax.
“I was [Trump’s] defense attorney in that case,” Giuliani said on the broadcaster’s Spicer & Company program. The lawyers and clients are protected because the statements I made were made on their behalf to defend them, or between me and them. We start living in a fascist state when lawyers start making lawyers the defendants when they defend their clients.
Giuliani’s other attorney, Robert Costello, said in an interview with Newsweek that his client’s comments on the Sixth Amendment did not equate to a declaration they wanted in a New York court, even though Giuliani answered a question about whether Giuliani would be the subject of the 2020 Georgia presidential investigation. Said it was relevant.o Talks about a conversation between Giuliani and his client, President Trump.
Giuliani also referred to the FBI investigation into President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home through New Max, arguing that the officers conducting the search were “not lawyers” and “not Americans.”