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How Rudy Giuliani tried, and failed, to avoid his latest indictment

After evading and publicly taunting Arizona prosecutors, Rudy Giuliani is now expected to appear in court in Phoenix on Tuesday to face criminal charges linked to his alleged efforts to overturn Donald Trump’s loss after the 2020 presidential election results in that state.

Giuliani — a former federal prosecutor, New York mayor and lawyer for Trump — was served a legal summons at his surprise birthday party in Florida on Friday night, more than three weeks after a grand jury indicted him. It’s the latest setback for Giuliani, who is facing a similar set of charges in Georgia, was ordered to pay $148 million to two election workers he defamed, and had his two radio shows canceled, all stemming from his efforts to invalidate Joe Biden’s victory over Trump.

This post appeared first on The Washington Post

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