Election Integrity Attorney Stefanie Lambert Arrested on Unrelated Bench Warrant After She Turned Over ‘Criminal’ Documents from Dominion to Law Enforcement

Stefanie Lambert, an election integrity attorney in Michigan, was arrested on Monday in Washington D.C. for failing to appear at a court hearing in Michigan involving charges against her for allegedly breaching voting machines. After agreeing to surrender to authorities in Michigan, Lambert was released on $10,000 bond. Lambert said in court filings, and a statement that she failed to show up for the hearing due to a miscommunication with her former counsel, who told her the meeting was canceled.

The attorney was arrested after taking part in a hearing Monday representing her client, former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne, against a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit Dominion Voting Systems filed against him in 2021. Dominion sued Byrne for predicting months before the 2020 election that there would be illegal election activity to change the election results and named Dominion as one of the actors involved.

“I just know too much. And I have too much evidence,” Lambert said Monday during a live audio conversation on X.

Lambert was charged in August last year along with two others by Democratic Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel for unlawful possession of voting machines and conspiracy to access voting machines. The other two charged were Matthew DePerno, who ran against Nessel for Michigan Attorney General and former Michigan State Representative Daire Rendon. The group allegedly took five ballot tabulators from Barry, Roscommon, and Missaukee counties to Oakland County, where they conducted tests on them. They said they obtained permission from local clerks, so it was not a crime.

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