Quick Glance: Lawsuit filed against Rudy Giuliani for unpaid legal fees
- Giuliani's former attorney is suing him for outstanding bills totaling $1.36 million.
- Giuliani has only paid $214,000 and still has an outstanding balance of $1.36 million.
- Attorney Robert Costello and his law firm also provided legal representation for Giuliani in various lawsuits.
- To cut costs, Giuliani has represented himself in certain legal disputes.
Quick Glance: Giuliani loses defamation lawsuit by two Georgia election workers
- Giuliani is financially struggling and burdened with legal proceedings from the 2020 election, a new criminal case in Georgia, and other matters.
- Giuliani conceded last month that he made defamatory statements about Freeman and Moss and didn't contest their accusations of being smeared after the 2020 election.
- Georgia election officials have debunked Giuliani's fraud accusations during the ballot counting.
- During Giuliani's disinformation campaign about the vote in Georgia, the FBI recommended Freeman leave her home for her own safety, according to the lawsuit.
Quick Glance: Trump pleads innocent in Georgia election fraud case
- Trump denies any wrongdoing, stating the case is politically motivated.
- Trump is facing 13 charges, including organized crime, for allegedly pressuring Georgia officials to influence the outcome of the 2020 presidential election in that state.
- In a court document filed on Thursday, Trump acknowledges his full understanding of the allegations and his right to appear in court.
- In all three cases, tight security measures were in place as Trump supporters and counter-protesters gathered near the courthouses.
Quick Glance: Trump cancels press conference on election fraud claims
- No compelling evidence of the alleged election fraud has emerged
- Experts confirm: No credible evidence of election interference
- Three recounts in Georgia confirm Trump's loss to Biden
- Trump advised to spend less time complaining about the election and focus on future plans
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One image, one face, one American moment
Quick Glance: The Donald Trump Mugshot: One Image, One Face, One American Moment
- In a historic moment for America, Donald Trump is the first former president to have a booking photo released and be criminally charged.
- A lasting image that will appear in history books long after Donald Trump is gone.
- As Anderson Cooper put it on CNN: 'The former president of the United States has an inmate number.' P01135809, to be exact.
- It's not something he can simply brush off. That moment is going to live on, and it's entirely possible that it will end up as the image that history preserves of this man.
Quick Glance: New Report: Grand Jury Recommends Further Indictments Against Trump in Georgia
- A new report was released on Friday, in which a special grand jury investigating efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia recommended further indictments against a larger group than charged by District Attorney Fani Willis, including one current and two former U.S. senators.
- The nine-page report revealed that the jurors recommended charges against 39 individuals, compared to the 18 who were charged along with former President Donald Trump.
- Part of the report, including 19 pages of appendices, had already been released in February, but the recommendations for specific charges against specific individuals were withheld until after last month's indictment.
- The report made it clear that the jury did not include any experts in election law or criminal law.
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Quick Glance: Fact check: Debunking Trump's false attacks on prosecutor Fani Willis
- Donald Trump is attacking Democratic prosecutor Fani Willis, who is taking him to court over his attempts to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia.
- Trump falsely claims that the 2020 election was stolen and that Willis refuses to investigate.
- Trump uses misleading claims about crime rates in Atlanta to discredit Willis.
- Trump falsely accuses Willis of hiding a relationship with a gang member, despite no evidence supporting this.
Quick Glance: Attorney Lin Wood named as witness in Georgia case, denies turning on Trump
- Lin Wood, an attorney who filed lawsuits to overturn Trump's 2020 election loss, denies turning on Trump after being named as a witness by Georgia prosecutors.
- In a 103-page court document filed on Wednesday, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis's office noted Wood's involvement as a witness in the criminal case against Trump and 18 others in Georgia.
- Wood and Powell challenged the election results with unfounded claims of fraud, but Wood never represented Trump.
- Harry MacDougald, an attorney representing Trump Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark, has a potential conflict due to his previous association with Wood as co-counsel.
Quick Glance: Strengths and Weaknesses of Georgia Election Meddling Case Against Trump and Allies
- Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has filed a comprehensive indictment against Donald Trump and his supporters.
- The indictment is based on a broad Georgia computer fraud statute, increasing the chances of conviction.
- The use of the RICO law to prosecute Trump and his allies is being questioned by experts.
- The indictment could result in some defendants accepting plea deals to avoid a trial with Trump.
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