Trump-allied lawyers from 2020 stuck with sanctions as Supreme Court refuses to step in

The Supreme Court refused to hear two appeal cases that sought to overturn sanctions imposed on lawyers who were allied with former President Donald Trump in 2020.

The sanctions, which were partially upheld by the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, were the result of a lawsuit in Michigan that alleged the results of the 2020 presidential election were illegitimate and part of a larger international scheme to elect President Joe Biden.

Although the lawsuits were withdrawn in 2021, after the election results were certified, demands for sanctions against the lawyers involved had already been made. The lawyers, as a result, were required to pay legal fees, endure new legal training, and were referred to their individual state bar associations for any additional disciplinary actions, according
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