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Rudy Giuliani Mugshot Released

Former mayor and Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani’s mugshot has been released in Arizona.

Giuliani’s booking photo has been released after the former mayor was indicted in Maricopa County, Arizona, for allegedly pressuring election officials to change the results of the 2020 election.

Giuliani has pleaded not guilty to nine counts of election interference and was released on a 10,000 bond on Monday.

Take a look at his mugshot below:

Here’s what the Daily Mail reported:

Rudy Giuliani smirks and looks down in front of the camera in his mugshot in the Arizona ‘fake electors’ case that was released on Monday.

The 80-year-old posed for his booking photo after he was indicted in Maricopa County for allegedly pressuring election officials to change the results of the 2020 election.

It’s Giuliani’s second mugshot, after he was also indicted in August 2023 on election fraud charges in Fulton County along with Donald Trump.

‘America’s Mayor’ has pleaded not guilty to nine charges against him after he appeared in court virtually for a hearing on May 21, where a judge threatened to mute him.

Giuliani came to global prominence as the mayor of New York City on 9/11. In recent years he became known as Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, and a key adviser on his efforts to hold on to power after the 2020 election.

Check out what The Hill reported:

Rudy Giuliani’s mug shot was published Monday after the former New York City mayor was processed in Arizona on criminal charges that he attempted to overturn the 2020 election results in the state.

Giuliani paid a $10,000 bond to be released Monday, according to court records.

The former Trump attorney faces nine felony charges related to the fake elector scheme in Arizona, charged alongside 17 other people including fellow Trump attorneys John Eastman, Christina Bobb and Jenna Ellis as well as former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. All defendants pleaded not guilty.

The indictment alleges Meadows worked with other Trump campaign members to submit names of fake electors from Arizona and other states to Congress in a bid to keep Trump in office despite his November 2020 defeat.
Giuliani spokesperson Ted Goodman told The Associated Press that the charges against the former mayor are politically motivated.


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