When McGuireWoods partner George Terwilliger III sought a federal restraining order to change how mail-in ballots in Georgia should be validated, he wanted the presiding judge to know that he and his high-powered Republican clientele weren’t in league with Rudy Giuilani. 

“Just so this is clear for the record,” Terwilliger told District Judge Eleanor Ross of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. “I am George Terwilliger. “I’m not Sidney Powell. I’m not Lin Wood. I’m not Rudy Giuliani. Our opponents here have raised the specter of this somehow being related to cases in which those lawyers have made assertions concerning the Georgia process and the election process and election procedures. We have nothing to do with that.” 

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