Rudy Giuliani, who has worked as an independent lawyer for former President Donald Trump, is trying to prevent lawyers from seeing more than 2,000 XNUMX other electronic devices confiscated from him and part of a criminal investigation, only three but in court. The file was released on Tuesday.
Rudy Giuliani claims that those three factors are protected by the law of lawyers, which, according to Barbara Jones, known as the prominent owner, prohibits the involvement of public lawyers.
In a letter to the Rudy Giuliani U.S. Manhattan District Court, Jones wrote in his file: “I defend these three decisions.”The remaining 2,222 were handed over to the state.”
The items were found in six of the seven items that were confiscated in April at home and based on a warrant issued at Rudy Giuliani office in Manhattan. Jones is still researching nine more machines, so Giuliani could use a lot of space.
According to Jones, all of the above statements were made on or after January 1, 2018.
Jones wrote that he has provided Giuliani’s lawyers with “additional review documents” and hopes to tell them on Friday about what they say is successful.
“This is a serious but important event for all of us and we will do our best to keep up with Judge Jones’ time,” said Arulur Aidala, Giuliani’s lawyer.
Rudy Giuliani was a former mayor of New York. He was also the Attorney General of the same office currently under investigation.
Analysts are reportedly investigating Giuliani’s business in Ukraine, where he worked to excavate the corrupt politician Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.
Mr. Trump was charged in parliament in 2019 with abuse of power and incitement to Congress in connection with his attempts to force Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelinski to make a statement against Biden.
Joe Biden, who was a democratic candidate in the 2020 race at the time, defeated Mr. Trump last year.
Rudy Giuliani lawyer Robert Costello said the letters were related to allegations of Giuliani’s failure to register as a foreign agent, the Associated Press reports.
As they entered Giuliani’s residence, investigators also permitted Victoria Toensing, a Republican lawyer and Giuliani’s friend, at their home in Washington.
Toensing represents Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtashi, the story of the United States.
In May, U.S. District Judge Paul Oetken ordered Jones to investigate the cases of Giulian, Toensing, and Firtash to obtain appropriate benefits before handing over the materials to attorneys.
Jones said in his file on Tuesday that state attorneys had submitted material from the same device that was seized from Toensing.
“Mr. Firtash’s attorney is conducting a publicity investigation into Ms. Toensing or Mr. Firtash’s representative,” Jones wrote.
Jones also said he would talk to Toensing’s lawyers to see if they planned to investigate anything left over for information.
In 2018, Jones Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen was appointed a special investigator for the abduction.
He knew that only a few of these documents needed to be obtained from the prosecutor’s examination.
Later that year, Cohen accused him of lying to Congress, embezzling money, and two women who allegedly had sex with Trump.
Before his arrest, Cohen testified before the House Security Committee that Mr. Trump was racial and accused him of many crimes.