Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani pleaded not responsible Tuesday to 9 felony fees stemming from his function in an effort to overturn Donald Trump’s 2020 election loss in Arizona to Joe Biden.Video above: Former Georgia election employees awarded $148M in civil go well with in opposition to GiulianiGiuliani appeared remotely for the arraignment that was held in a Phoenix courtroom. His trial will happen in October.Former Arizona Republican Party chair Kelli Ward and at the very least 11 different folks have been additionally arraigned Tuesday for conspiracy, forgery and fraud fees in a Phoenix courtroom. She and 9 others have to this point pleaded not responsible. Her trial date is ready for Oct. 17, about 3 weeks earlier than the U.S. election.During his distant look, Giuliani mentioned he didn’t have an lawyer right now however will. When requested by the courtroom whether or not he wanted counsel appointed for the arraignment, Giuliani mentioned: “No, no, I feel I’m able to dealing with it myself.”Giuliani mentioned he acquired a summons however didn’t have a duplicate of the indictment. He mentioned he’s aware of the costs, although, by studying about them.Arizona authorities tried unsuccessfully over a number of weeks to serve Giuliani discover of the indictment in opposition to him. Giuliani was lastly served Friday evening as he was strolling to a automobile after his eightieth birthday celebration in Florida.On Tuesday, in response to the prosecutors request for a $10,000 money bond after outlining the issue in serving Giuliani within the case, Giuliani mentioned: “I’ve a good variety of threats together with loss of life threats, and I haven’t got safety anymore …so I’ve very strict guidelines about who will get up and who does not.”The decide required Giuliani to submit a secured look bond of $10,000 in addition to seem in Arizona throughout the subsequent 30 days for reserving procedures.Arizona authorities unveiled the felony fees final month in opposition to Republicans who submitted a doc to Congress falsely declaring Trump, a Republican, had received Arizona. The defendants embody 5 legal professionals related to the previous president and two former Trump aides. Biden, a Democrat, received Arizona by greater than 10,000 votes.The indictment alleges Ward, a former state senator who led the GOP in Arizona from 2019 till early 2023, organized the pretend electors and urged then-Vice President Mike Pence to declare them to be the state’s true electors. It says Ward did not withdraw her vote as a pretend elector despite the fact that no authorized challenges modified the end result of the presidential race in Arizona.Last week, lawyer John Eastman, who devised a technique to attempt to persuade Congress to not certify the election, was the primary defendant within the case to be arraigned, pleading not responsible to the costs.Trump himself was not charged within the Arizona case however was known as an unindicted co-conspirator.Arizona is the fourth state the place allies of the previous president have been charged with utilizing false or unproven claims about voter fraud associated to the election.The 11 individuals who claimed to be Arizona’s Republican electors met in Phoenix on Dec. 14, 2020, to signal a certificates saying they have been “duly elected and certified” electors and asserting that Trump carried the state. A one-minute video of the signing ceremony was posted on social media by the Arizona Republican Party on the time. The doc was later despatched to Congress and the National Archives, the place it was ignored.Of eight lawsuits that unsuccessfully challenged Biden’s victory within the state, one was filed by the 11 pretend Arizona electors, who had requested a federal decide to decertify the outcomes and block the state from sending its outcomes to the Electoral College. In dismissing the case, the decide concluded the Republicans had “failed to offer the courtroom with factual assist for his or her extraordinary claims.” Days after that lawsuit was dismissed, the 11 participated within the certificates signing.Those set to be arraigned Tuesday are Ward; Tyler Bowyer, an government of the conservative youth group Turning Point USA; state Sen. Anthony Kern; Greg Safsten, a former government director of the Arizona Republican Party; Robert Montgomery, a former chairman of the Cochise County Republican Committee; Samuel Moorhead, a Republican precinct committee member in Gila County; Nancy Cottle, who in 2020 was the primary vp of the Arizona Federation of Republican Women; Loraine Pellegrino, previous president of the Ahwatukee Republican Women; Michael Ward, an osteopathic doctor who’s married to Ward; attorneys Jenna Ellis and Christina Bobb; and Michael Roman, who was Trump’s 2020 director of Election Day operations.Arraignments are scheduled for June 6 for state Sen. Jake Hoffman; on June 7 for former Trump chief of workers Mark Meadows; and on June 18 for Trump lawyer Boris Epshteyn and for James Lamon, one other Republican who claimed Trump carried the state.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani pleaded not responsible Tuesday to 9 felony fees stemming from his function in an effort to overturn Donald Trump’s 2020 election loss in Arizona to Joe Biden.

Video above: Former Georgia election employees awarded $148M in civil go well with in opposition to Giuliani

Giuliani appeared remotely for the arraignment that was held in a Phoenix courtroom. His trial will happen in October.

Former Arizona Republican Party chair Kelli Ward and at the very least 11 different folks have been additionally arraigned Tuesday for conspiracy, forgery and fraud fees in a Phoenix courtroom. She and 9 others have to this point pleaded not responsible. Her trial date is ready for Oct. 17, about 3 weeks earlier than the U.S. election.

During his distant look, Giuliani mentioned he didn’t have an lawyer right now however will. When requested by the courtroom whether or not he wanted counsel appointed for the arraignment, Giuliani mentioned: “No, no, I feel I’m able to dealing with it myself.”

Giuliani mentioned he acquired a summons however didn’t have a duplicate of the indictment. He mentioned he’s aware of the costs, although, by studying about them.

Arizona authorities tried unsuccessfully over a number of weeks to serve Giuliani discover of the indictment in opposition to him. Giuliani was lastly served Friday evening as he was strolling to a automobile after his eightieth birthday celebration in Florida.

On Tuesday, in response to the prosecutors request for a $10,000 money bond after outlining the issue in serving Giuliani within the case, Giuliani mentioned: “I’ve a good variety of threats together with loss of life threats, and I haven’t got safety anymore …so I’ve very strict guidelines about who will get up and who does not.”

The decide required Giuliani to submit a secured look bond of $10,000 in addition to seem in Arizona throughout the subsequent 30 days for reserving procedures.

Arizona authorities unveiled the felony fees final month in opposition to Republicans who submitted a doc to Congress falsely declaring Trump, a Republican, had received Arizona. The defendants embody 5 legal professionals related to the previous president and two former Trump aides. Biden, a Democrat, received Arizona by greater than 10,000 votes.

The indictment alleges Ward, a former state senator who led the GOP in Arizona from 2019 till early 2023, organized the pretend electors and urged then-Vice President Mike Pence to declare them to be the state’s true electors. It says Ward did not withdraw her vote as a pretend elector despite the fact that no authorized challenges modified the end result of the presidential race in Arizona.

Last week, lawyer John Eastman, who devised a technique to attempt to persuade Congress to not certify the election, was the primary defendant within the case to be arraigned, pleading not responsible to the costs.

Trump himself was not charged within the Arizona case however was known as an unindicted co-conspirator.

Arizona is the fourth state the place allies of the previous president have been charged with utilizing false or unproven claims about voter fraud associated to the election.

The 11 individuals who claimed to be Arizona’s Republican electors met in Phoenix on Dec. 14, 2020, to signal a certificates saying they have been “duly elected and certified” electors and asserting that Trump carried the state. A one-minute video of the signing ceremony was posted on social media by the Arizona Republican Party on the time. The doc was later despatched to Congress and the National Archives, the place it was ignored.

Of eight lawsuits that unsuccessfully challenged Biden’s victory within the state, one was filed by the 11 pretend Arizona electors, who had requested a federal decide to decertify the outcomes and block the state from sending its outcomes to the Electoral College. In dismissing the case, the decide concluded the Republicans had “failed to offer the courtroom with factual assist for his or her extraordinary claims.” Days after that lawsuit was dismissed, the 11 participated within the certificates signing.

Those set to be arraigned Tuesday are Ward; Tyler Bowyer, an government of the conservative youth group Turning Point USA; state Sen. Anthony Kern; Greg Safsten, a former government director of the Arizona Republican Party; Robert Montgomery, a former chairman of the Cochise County Republican Committee; Samuel Moorhead, a Republican precinct committee member in Gila County; Nancy Cottle, who in 2020 was the primary vp of the Arizona Federation of Republican Women; Loraine Pellegrino, previous president of the Ahwatukee Republican Women; Michael Ward, an osteopathic doctor who’s married to Ward; attorneys Jenna Ellis and Christina Bobb; and Michael Roman, who was Trump’s 2020 director of Election Day operations.

Arraignments are scheduled for June 6 for state Sen. Jake Hoffman; on June 7 for former Trump chief of workers Mark Meadows; and on June 18 for Trump lawyer Boris Epshteyn and for James Lamon, one other Republican who claimed Trump carried the state.