Trump campaign suffers another legal setback in Wisconsin case – POLITICO

“This court does not have jurisdiction to hear it because of sovereign immunity,” Adams ruled, referring to a legal principle limiting many lawsuits against the state and federal governments to cases where they’ve been specifically authorized by legislation.

During the session, the state’s most senior election attorney appeared to tweak the GOP for hiring an out-of-state law firm to handle the case.

“I understand she’s from Florida and she has a little unfamiliarity with the law,” Senior Assistant Attorney General Russell Willard said following a presentation from a Florida-based lawyer retained by the GOP.

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