The New York Times reports:
Just before his visit to an Atlanta jail to be booked on 13 felony counts, Donald J. Trump has shaken up his Georgia legal defense team, adding Steve Sadow, a veteran criminal defense lawyer who has taken on a number of high-profile cases.
Mr. Trump’s decision comes soon after one of his lawyers, Drew Findling, and his two other lawyers in the Georgia case, Jennifer Little and Marissa Goldberg, negotiated a $200,000 bond for Mr. Trump, who is one of 19 defendants in a sweeping racketeering indictment charging them with engaging in a “criminal enterprise” that sought to overturn Mr. Trump’s 2020 election loss in Georgia.
Mr. Findling is expected to be let go, according to a person familiar with the matter, while Ms. Little will be retained.
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BREAKING: Former President Trump replaces the lawyer who has led his defense in Georgia hours before his planned surrender in election subversion case https://t.co/cQdjCKfeSC
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