Lev Parnas and another indicted ex-associate of Rudy Giuliani are battling over whether additional evidence from their Manhattan criminal prosecution should be turned over to Congressional impeachment investigators.
In a series of court filings made public Tuesday, Parnas’ attorney, Joseph A. Bondy, asked a judge’s approval, for the third time, to provide new materials to House impeachment managers, who have been making their case in the Senate for removing President Donald Trump from office.
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