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The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear an appeal from a mystery company over a grand jury subpoena tied to special counsel Robert Mueller’s now completed Russia probe.
The justices gave no explanation for denying the request that was submitted by the company, and there were no notable dissents from the nine-member court. It takes four justices to agree to hear a case.
The article goes on to state the following:
The federal grand jury subpoena, which is being kept under seal along with related court filings, seeks information from a corporation owned by a foreign government, known in court filings only as “Country A.”
The Supreme Court in January refused to block the contempt order, which forced the company to comply with the subpoena.
The report states that the mystery company faces $50,000 per day in fines for refusing to turn over the requested information.
— Mike Scarcella (@MikeScarcella) March 25, 2019
The unknown, foreign country-owned company was hit was a $50,000 day a fine, which started accruing on Jan 15, for not complying with the Mueller-related grand jury subpoena
— Lawrence Hurley (@lawrencehurley) March 25, 2019
Scotus gives no explanation in denying petition from company. No published dissent.
— Greg Stohr (@GregStohr) March 25, 2019
DC Circuit weighs releasing additional records in foreign-owned mystery company’s Mueller grand jury subpoena fight. Order just issued: pic.twitter.com/Yc2aM4z2w6
— Mike Scarcella (@MikeScarcella) March 20, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) March 25, 2019
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