The New York Times reports:
Arguing that “a license to practice law is not a license to lie,” nearly 1,500 lawyers issued a letter on Monday calling on bar associations across the country to investigate and, if needed, penalize the members of President Trump’s legal team, including the architect of his post-election strategy, Rudolph W. Giuliani.
“It is indefensible for lawyers to falsely proclaim widespread voting fraud, submit a pattern of frivolous court claims and actively seek to undermine citizens’ faith in our election’s integrity,” said the letter, which was signed by several former judges, former federal prosecutors and law professors. “We condemn this conduct without reservation.”
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Nearly 1,500 lawyers have called on bar associations across the U.S. to investigate and, if needed, penalize members of President Trump’s legal team. “A license to practice law is not a license to lie,” a letter issued by the group said. https://t.co/8T1qBFU25b
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