While the most important details remain redacted, the unsealed affidavit still sheds a bit more light on the Justice Department’s case.
Tyler McBrien is the managing editor of Lawfare. He previously worked as a researcher with Princeton University's Innovations for Successful Societies, an editor with the Council on Foreign Relations, and a freelancer with the Brennan Center for Justice, Tactical Tech, and elsewhere. He also served as a Princeton in Africa Fellow with Equal Education in South Africa.
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On Aug. 15, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia Atlanta Division denied Sen. Lindsey Graham's (R-S.C.) expedited motion to quash a subpoena requiring him to testify before the special purpose grand jury.
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