Durham also said he is beginning to turn over evidence to Sussmann’s defense team so it can prepare for trial. Federal authorities are working to declassify 30 reports of witness interviews, grand jury transcripts and the FBI case file on Alfa Bank — the topic which Sussmann had brought to the FBI in 2016.
Sussmann’s legal team previously asked the court to force Durham to turn over more information to them, in an early stage of the criminal case.
“The grand jury’s detailed, 27-page speaking indictment more than adequately informs the defendant of the charges against him and provides him with sufficient information and facts to prepare his defense at trial,” prosecutors wrote. “さらに, all or nearly all of the information that the defendant seeks either has already been, or soon will be, made available to him through the government’s discovery.”
CNN has reported Durham issued additional subpoenas after the Perkins Coie lawyer was indicted, indicating Durham continues to investigate.