The impeachment inquiry and trial of President Donald Trump is set to end Wednesday with his acquittal in the Republican-held Senate, but not without the monthslong process pulling dozens of private attorneys into the fray.

Lawyers from Big Law found themselves sitting in the House basement’s secure facilities as their clients served as witnesses in the impeachment inquiry, and some repeated the performance during the public hearings with the House Intelligence Committee.

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