(Washington, DC) — A jury will decide how much Rudy Giuliani will have to pay for defaming two Georgia election workers in 2020. Giuliani earlier this year was found liable of defaming poll workers by claiming the two women were helping steal the election from former President Trump. A federal judge in Washington, DC on Sunday denied Giuliani’s request to hold a bench trial instead of a jury trial. The jury trial will begin December 11th. Giuliani accused poll workers Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss of committing election fraud in Atlanta, claims that were ultimately found to be untrue.
Jury Will Decide Damages In Giuliani Defamation Case