Trump Attorney Gets Disbarred

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( – Former President Donald Trump’s ex-attorney Jenna Ellis has been disbarred for three years, blocking her from practicing law in Colorado following her guilty plea in the election interference case in Georgia. The case has been brought forward by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and includes a total of 19 defendants, including Trump. 

Those charged in the case have been accused of having violated the anti-racketeering law in Georgia. In October Ellis had pleaded guilty to one felony count of aiding and abetting false statements and writings. As per her plea deal, she has been sentenced to a five-year probation, 100 hours of community service, and a $5,000 fine. She is also being asked to write an apology letter to the people of Georgia as well as testify on behalf of the prosecution in this case. 

Thus far, four of the co-defendants in this case, including Ellis, have taken plea deals, while 14 others and Trump have opted to plead not guilty. 

Colorado’s Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel censured Ellis in March 2023 for having misrepresented the 2020 presidential election on social media and national television. At the time it was stated that she had specifically made 10 misrepresentations. 

Following her plea deal, Colorado authorities brought forward this latest case against Ellis which resulted in her suspension starting on July 2. On Tuesday Colorado Supreme Court Presiding Disciplinary Judge Bryon Largo approved the settlement agreement between Ellis and Colorado Assistant Regulation Counsel Jacob Vos. ‘

Colorado native Ellis is residing in Florida and will be required to file a petition if she wants her law license in Colorado reinstated. 

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