A pre-hearing conference was held last month in the bar disciplinary proceedings against Jeffrey Clark, a former DOJ official under President Donald Trump.
He is being disciplined over a memo he drafted that was never sent to Georgia officials advising them of their options for addressing the illegalities in the 2020 election.
His trial is set for March 26. Clark (pictured above) is also undergoing prosecution in Georgia as part of Fulton County District Attorney Fanni Willis’s RICO charges against Trump and his former associates. He is an unnamed co-conspirator in Special Counsel Jack Smith’s federal prosecution.
Clark’s attorney, Harry MacDougald, said during the hearing, which was run by Merrill Hirsh, chair of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals Board on Professional Responsibility Ad Hoc Hearing Committee, that the proceedings should be delayed until other issues have been adjudicated, such as whether Clark should be required to comply with a subpoena issued by the bar prosecutors requiring him to turn over a vast amount of documents.
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