Rudy Giuliani Loses His Law License

[Rudy Mug Shot,, screenshot, @KyungLahCNN]

Rudy Giuliani may be approaching the end of the road.

Last December, the man formerly known as “America’s Mayor” for his leadership during the attacks of September 11, 2001, announced that he was broke.

New Conservative Post wrote at the time: In the end, Rudy Giuliani has followed Donald Trump to the end of his rope. On Thursday, the former mayor of New York City filed for bankruptcy. The move comes only a few days after a court ordered Rudy to pay a massive sum in damages to two former Georgia election workers he falsely accused of fraud while working on the former president’s efforts to reverse Biden’s victory in the Peach State.  

“In an unsparing, 57-page ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Beryl Howell said Giuliani had flagrantly violated her orders to preserve and produce relevant evidence to the election workers, Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, resulting in a “default” judgment against him. She also ordered him to pay Freeman and Moss “punitive” damages for failing to fulfill his obligations,” Politico reported over the summer.

In a filing with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York, Giuliani disclosed that his liabilities range from $100 million to $500 million, while his assets total between $1 million and $10 million.

With his wealth gone, it now appears that Rudy’s first lovethe lawhas been taken from him, as well.  Politico reports that Giuliani has been disbarred.

“The seriousness of [Giuliani’s] misconduct cannot be overstated,” a state appeals court wrote in a unanimous, unsigned opinion.

Giuliani “flagrantly misused his prominent position as the personal attorney for former President Trump and his campaign,” the court found.

He “repeatedly and intentionally made false statements, some of which were perjurious, to the federal court, state lawmakers, the public … and this Court concerning the 2020 Presidential election, in which he baselessly attacked and undermined the integrity of this country’s electoral process,” the five-judge appellate panel said.

The panel found that a long list of efforts by Giuliani to sow doubt about the election results were based on flimsy or misleading evidence. Giuliani is also facing disbarment proceedings in Washington, D.C., where he has been suspended pending a final determination by the D.C. Court of Appeals.

Rudy’s team said they are working on plans to challenge the ruling.

“We will be appealing this objectively flawed decision in hopes that the appellate process will restore integrity into our system of justice,” Giuliani spokesperson Ted Goodman said in a statement.

Earlier in the year, Rudy appeared to have “gone missing” when the State of Arizona tried to serve him court papers. A state grand jury in the Grand Canyon State indicted Rudy Giuliani and other Trump aides, alleging they conspired with Trump to overturn Joe Biden’s 2020 electoral victory in Arizona. The charges include conspiracy, fraud, and forgery.

Giuliani told NBC affiliate KPNX of Phoenix that he expects the case to be dismissed on constitutional grounds.

“This is a complete misuse of the criminal process to interfere with the 2024 election,” Giuliani said.

When he was asked if he had any regrets about his actions related to the election in 2020, the former mayor of New York City said, “Oh, my goodness, no,” adding, “I’m very, very proud of it.”

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