Rudy Giuliani Gets Served In His Newest Criminal Case Over Alleged Election Schemes


Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City-turned-close ally to former President Donald Trump, was finally served with a copy of his already reported indictment in an Arizona criminal case stemming from post-2020 election schemes boosting Trump. The case hinges on the assembling in Arizona of a sham slate of electors backing Trump despite Joe Biden narrowly winning the state, which mirrored circumstances in more than half a dozen states total.

Giuliani was already criminally charged a first time in the well-known Georgia case from that state’s Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, which remains active despite highly publicized efforts by some on the defendants’ side to oust Willis.

The Arizona case’s other defendants include some high-profile names, like John Eastman and Mark Meadows. Eastman was suspended from the practice of law in both California and Washington, D.C., amid a continuing disciplinary case stemming from some of his post-2020 election roles, and Giuliani was similarly suspended in both New York and the nation’s capital.

Giuliani was the last defendant to be served with a copy of their indictment in the wide-ranging Arizona criminal case. It appears that he tried taunting Arizona state authorities on social media, per a screenshot of an evidently deleted post shared by those very authorities. “If Arizona authorities can’t find me by tomorrow morning: 1. They must dismiss the indictment; 2. They must concede they can’t count votes,” said the apparent Giuliani post.

Giuliani getting served was reported on X (Twitter) by Arizona state Attorney General Kris Mayes. “The final defendant was served moments ago. @RudyGiuliani nobody is above the law,” said Mayes’ post on Friday evening.