The disbarment trial of Trump’s attorney and constitutional legal scholar John Eastman resumed this past week on Thursday and Friday, and continues next on Tuesday, September 5. On Friday, Eastman’s attorney Randy Miller cross-examined the State Bar of California’s expert witness Matthew Seligman, an election fraud denier and attorney who serves as a fellow at the Constitutional Law Center at Stanford Law School, and former Secretary of State Elections Director Bo Dul also testified.
Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, posted on X regarding the proceedings, “Kangaroo court proceedings in California to disbar John Eastman, one of the nation’s leading constitutional lawyers, for daring to provide legal advice on the Biden election controversy.”
Dul said on the stand that while serving as state elections director during the 2020 election, the only complaint of election problems she can recall the office receiving that she forwarded to the attorney general’s office to investigate was double voting. She worked at the progressive legal firm Perkins Coie before accepting an offer in 2019 to work under Katie Hobbs at the secretary of state’s office, and said she decided to take that position because “I believe in our democracy.”
After she left the secretary of state’s office, Dul went to work for the progressive organization States United Democracy Center. She said she sat on their Election Protection team working with government in Arizona. She is now serving as general counsel for Hobbs.
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