Georgian prosecutors who are probing former President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election results want to get testimony from one of Trump’s attorneys.
Prosecutors have asked Christina Bobb, an attorney for Trump, to appear before them, a defense attorney for Bobb confirmed to ABC News.
On Monday (March 20), Bobb’s defense attorney, John Lauro, explained to ABC that prosecutors hadn’t relayed what information they were hoping to glean by speaking to Bobb.
Despite this, Laura explained Bobb would be requesting to speak with investigators.
According to the heavily redacted and limited grand jury report released after the conclusion of the special grand jury’s investigation into Trump’s attempts, the jury has recommended several witnesses, who they believed lied during their testimony, be indicted.
Also on Monday, Trump’s attorneys filed a motion attempting to disallow using the grand jury’s recommendations into an investigation into the former President.
Despite the special grand jury’s recommendations, prosecutors must decide whether they pursue a course of action.
On Saturday (March 18), Trump revealed in a Truth Social post that he expected to be indicted on Tuesday (March 21) in connection with a Manhattan investigation into hush money payments made to adult film star Stormy Daniels during his 2016 Presidential campaign.
Several investigations into Trump’s alleged misconduct have ramped up in the last week. On Friday (March 24), multiple reports surfaced that another Trump attorney, Evan Corcoran, has been ordered to appear before a grand jury reviewing the mishandling of classified documents.