Rudy Giuliani Appeals $148 Million Verdict in Defamation Case with Georgia Election Workers

NEW YORK CITY, NY – Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has filed an appeal against a jury’s verdict that ordered him to pay $148 million in damages to two Georgia election workers. The workers, Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, accused Giuliani of defaming them after the 2020 election by spreading baseless claims of mass voter fraud. Giuliani filed for bankruptcy shortly after the verdict was announced, effectively freezing the proceedings and preventing the workers from collecting the large sum. However, a bankruptcy judge recently unfroze the case, allowing Giuliani’s attorney to continue representing … Read more

Rudy Giuliani Appeals $148 Million Verdict in Defamation Case Involving Georgia Election Workers

Washington, D.C. – Former New York City mayor and personal attorney to former President Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, is seeking to appeal a jury verdict that ordered him to pay $148 million to two election workers in Georgia. The verdict stems from a defamation lawsuit filed by the workers against Giuliani, who they believe spread false claims about their involvement in voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election. In his plea to the Washington, D.C. federal judge, Giuliani argues for a reconsideration of the jury’s decision, stating that the evidence presented during the trial does … Read more

Missouri Chief Justice Calls for Urgent Increase in Juror Pay: State Representative Rudy Veit Supports Proposal

JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri – The chief justice of the Missouri Supreme Court is calling for an increase in juror pay, citing embarrassment among judges in the state when disclosing the current rate. Chief Justice Mary Russell made the plea during the 2024 State of the Judiciary address held in Jefferson City. She emphasized that Missouri’s statutory minimum for juror pay has remained unchanged since 1989, at just $6 per day plus seven cents per mile for travel expenses. State Representative Rudy Veit, the vice chair of the Missouri House Judiciary Committee, is backing the chief … Read more

Federal Jury Finds Rudy Giuliani Liable in Civil Defamation Case, Awards Election Workers $148.17 Million for False Claims

Atlanta, Georgia – former Mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani, has been found liable in a civil defamation case brought against him by election workers Ruby Freeman and Wandrea “Shaye” Moss. The federal jury, presided over by U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell, awarded Freeman and Moss a total of $148.17 million in damages after four days of trial testimony. The case focused on false claims made by Giuliani about the two women in relation to the 2020 presidential election. The plaintiffs initially sought a minimum of $24 million each for Giuliani’s defamatory statements accusing … Read more