Attorney Kimberly Burroughs Debrow is being paid by the Georgia Republican party. That she did not tell her clients of an immunity deal offered by the prosecutor is major ethical violation. Debrow also lied to prosecutor saying none of the clients were interested in immunity.
This might explain why there hasn't been much visible progress in the case of Trump attempting to "find 11,780 votes" in Georgia after Fani Willis said the decision on whether to bring criminal charges "was imminent". --CA
The Fulton County District Attorney’s office has offered immunity deals to some of the alternate GOP electors who met at the Georgia Capitol and cast phony Electoral College votes for Donald Trump following the 2020 election.
In a court motion filed Tuesday, the DA’s office also disclosed that it has been interviewing several of those Republicans in recent weeks, and that some of them accused a fellow elector of committing “acts that are violations of Georgia law,” the motion stated, without revealing specifics.
The DA’s office filed the motion in an attempt to disqualify from the case attorney Kimberly Burroughs Debrow, who is representing 10 of the electors. In the explosive motion, prosecutors allege that Debrow failed to inform her clients about the potential immunity deals after they were offered last summer.
Prosecutors said they had been told by Debrow and her then-co-counsel, Holly Pierson, on Aug. 5, 2022, that none of their clients were interested in immunity.