Flynn's lawyer says deal with feds will help retired general withdraw guilty plea
Discussions between the government and Flynn's former law firm could lead to an overturning of the entire case.
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An attorney for Michael Flynn says he’s reached an agreement with the federal government in which the attorneys who represented her client in the Russian collusion investigation will be interviewed -- a major step in the former national security adviser's effort to withdraw his guilty plea in connection with the probe.
In late-January, Flynn’s legal team filed a motion to withdraw the retired general’s guilty plea on the basis of ineffective assistance of counsel.
Powell argued that Covington Burling was “laboring under a severe conflict of interest” when it advised its client to plead guilty.
The firm was, at the time, facing government scrutiny over a Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) filing that it had submitted on Flynn’s behalf.
Lawyers at Covington Burling are reportedly willing to cooperate with the government.
Sidney Powell recently discussed the progress of the case with Just the News' John Solomon. Listen here.
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