Calling it a step that would be appropriate to ensure the protection of the privilege of a client lawyer, prosecutors filed the request in press last Thursday, a day after the searches. The letter was printed on Tuesday.
Prosecutors say they have consulted with Giuliani’s lawyer and he will send a response.
After federal agents carried out search warrants last week at Giuliani’s apartment and office in Manhattan, Costello said the warrant described an investigation into possible violations of lobbying laws abroad and sought communication between Giuliani and people who included a former columnist for The Hill John Solomon.
“I hope people whose information is privileged, like Donald Trump, join the case and say you can’t see my stuff,” said Dershovitz, a retired professor at Harvard Law School who served on the defense team at the time. president in the first impeachment process and whose career has focused primarily on individual civil liberties, CNN said.
Costello told CNN on Monday night that Giuliani’s legal team would expand with additional lawyers as the former mayor of New York prepares for a court battle, but that there was no coordination between Giuliani and Trump’s legal team.
A second court document sets a schedule for the briefing, which gives Giuliani until May 10 to respond to the prosecutors’ case.
CNN’s Paula Reed contributed to this report.