Judge Agrees To Name 'Special Master' In Rudy Giuliani Case

A federal judge has agreed to appoint an independent official to review the materials seized from Rudy Giuliani's home and office.

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- A federal judge agrees to appoint an independent official to review the materials seized from Rudy Giuliani's home and office. Agents removed electronic devices during the raids back in April. The judge agreed to name a so-called special master to protect attorney-client privilege.

Giuliani represents former President Donald Trump. The US attorney's office is investigating whether Giuliani's interactions with Ukrainian officials violated foreign lobbying laws. Giuliani has not been charged and is denying any wrongdoing.