Mark Meadows court-ordered to testify in 2020 Georgia election interference investigation
A South Carolina judge ruled on Wednesday that former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows must appear to testify in the Atlanta-area grand jury election interference investigation.
« I will find that the witness is material and necessary to the investigation and that the State of Georgia assures us not to cause him undue hardship, » said Judge Edward Miller, who sits on the county’s Court of Common Pleas. of Pickens, in the south of the country. Carolina – said after a hearing on Wednesday morning.
The case was before the South Carolina judge because Meadows now lives in South Carolina and Atlanta-area prosecutors sought an order compelling him to comply with the subpoena.
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