Judge sides against Clinton campaign, agrees to review concealed records in Sussmann case
A federal judge has agreed to review scores of withheld documents from Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign to see if they should be protected under attorney-client privilege, delivering a win for special counsel John Durham.
Durham convinces judge to review concealed documents in Clinton privilege battle
The judge in the case of Democratic cybersecurity lawyer Michael Sussmann has agreed to review dozens of records currently withheld because of assertions of attorney-client privilege by Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign to see if they have been improperly concealed.
John Durham Wins First Part of the Fight to Obtain "Privileged" Fusion GPS Documents in Huge Blow to Clinton Campaign
Special Prosecutor John Durham secured a victory against Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign. As previously reported by Techno Fog, as part of the prosecution of former Clinton Campaign/DNC lawyer Michael Sussmann: Special Counsel Durham is seeking the following e-mails/communications that have been either redacted or hidden from his review: Documents involving Fusion GPS’s provision of opposition…
Durham wins legal battle to unveil Hillary Clinton-Fusion GPS documents previously kept secret under attorney-client privilege claims
U.S. special counsel John Durham won a legal victory this week when a judge presiding over his case against cybersecurity lawyer Michael Sussmann ruled that some Hillary Clinton-Fusion GPS documents previously kept secret under attorney-client privilege assertions can be revealed in court.The docume...