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“Trump Ally Lawyer Arrested for Refusing Fingerprints in Michigan Voting Case”

Stefanie Lambert, a lawyer known for championing Trump’s claims of voter fraud in Michigan, found herself at the center of legal trouble when she was arrested in federal court. Lambert faced allegations of tampering with voting machines after the 2020 election, leading to her refusal to comply with court orders in a separate Michigan case.

During her arraignment on Tuesday, Lambert was released on a $10,000 unsecured bond, despite her refusal to submit fingerprints in the Michigan case. Alongside two other state Republicans, Lambert was accused of illegally breaching Michigan voting machines.

Currently, Lambert is representing Patrick Byrne, the former Overstock chief executive, embroiled in a three-year defamation case filed by Dominion Voting Systems. Dominion alleges that Byrne spread false claims suggesting the 2020 election was stolen with the aid of its voting machines.

Lambert’s arrest occurred during a hearing in Washington over possible sanctions for sharing confidential Dominion documents with Dar Leaf, a Michigan sheriff known for endorsing election conspiracy theories. Leaf, hailing from Barry County, has fervently supported Trump’s unfounded allegations of widespread voter fraud in Michigan and is associated with the radical “constitutional sheriffs” movement, asserting sheriffs’ supreme authority in their jurisdiction.

Recently, an unverified X account under the name “Sheriff Dar Leaf” posted over 2,000 pages of confidential Dominion documents, prompting Dominion to seek Lambert’s disqualification from the case. Dominion argued that the document release led to harassment against its employees.

Byrne, a figure in Trump’s inner circle post-2020 election, contributed to spreading baseless claims of voter fraud and supported efforts to overturn the election outcome. Dominion previously settled a similar defamation case with Fox News for $787.4 million.

In a 2021 filing, Byrne defended his actions, citing his credentials as a philosopher, CEO, and student of American history. He claimed protection under the First Amendment, characterizing himself as an investigative journalist.

Despite her legal predicament, Lambert agreed to return promptly to Michigan and surrender herself, signaling her willingness to face the charges against her.

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