Citing ongoing probes related to the 2020 election in Arizona and Nevada, former Trump election attorney Kenneth Chesebro on Monday requested changes to the conditions of his probation conditions in Georgia.
“Currently, as reported in the national media, there are investigations of the ‘election fraud’ cases ongoing in Nevada, Arizona and D.C.,” the filing states. “Mr. Chesebro needs to be able to travel to these jurisdictions in order to meet with counsel, etc.”
Originally charged with seven felony counts in Georgia election-racketeering case, Chesebro pleaded guilty in October to a single count of conspiracy to commit filing false documents.
A Harvard-educated lawyer, Chesebro is the alleged architect of the ‘fake’ electors scheme to appoint ‘alternate’ pro-Trump electors in battleground states Trump lost, a key part of disrupting the counting and certification of electoral votes in Congress on Jan. 6, 2021.
This is a developing story and will be updated.