With President Trump currently out of office, there are a variety of local law enforcement agencies who are wanting to obtain a piece of he as well as his friends for whatever supposed incongruities they’ve engaged in.
Of course, a lot of this is straightforward political blustering, with regional DA’s as well as district attorneys wanting to make a name on their own by striking while the iron is warm.
In Georgia, one high-powered attorney has now introduced that they will certainly be taking closer to consider Rudy Giuliani, the President’s former, (or possibly still), individual lawyer.
“A newly elected district attorney in Georgia is looking into potential racketeering charges against former President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, for his repeated false claims of election fraud, The New York Times reported.
Fani Willis, the district attorney in Fulton County, said the racketeering charge could be applied to anyone who makes overt acts using a legal entity for an illegal purpose. In this case, it would apply because the former president and his allies pressured Georgia officials to change the election outcome.
Earlier this month, Willis sent a letter to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, Gov. Brian Kemp, Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan, and Attorney General Chris Carr, to ask them to retain all sensitive materials relating to a phone call Trump made to Raffensperger in which he asked him to find enough votes to make him the winner of the state.”Source
Former President Trump is additionally the topic of a probe in the Peach State, with investigators because case focusing on the then-Commander in Chief’s notorious call to Raffensberger in which he asked the GA authorities to assist “locate” votes.