How Rudy Giuliani tried, and failed, to avoid his latest indictment

Rudy Giuliani, former mayor of New York City and personal lawyer for former President Donald Trump, has recently been indicted on charges related to his dealings in Ukraine. The indictment alleges that Giuliani violated lobbying laws by not registering as a foreign agent while pursuing investigations on Trump’s behalf.

In an attempt to avoid indictment, Giulani and his legal team reportedly took steps such as seeking a public declination of prosecution from the Department of Justice, insisting that Giuliani did nothing wrong. His lawyers also frequently proposed that the Department of Justice dismiss the case against him citing probe misconduct.


Additionally, Giuliani attempted to discredit the evidence against him, claiming that it is politically motivated. He accused the investigators of violating his and his clients’ attorney-client privileges and tried to argue that his actions were part of his defence for Trump during his impeachment trial, thus should be protected.

Despite his efforts, Giuliani has failed to avoid indictment. He currently faces considerable legal challenges with potential for serious penalties if convicted. Moreover, he’s also been suspended from practicing law in both New York and Washington D.C, facing potential disbarment.

Please do note that this is an ongoing case, and the outcome may change based on new evidence, legal arguments, or other factors.

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