Republican lawmakers sue DOJ tax attorneys for refusing to provide testimony in Biden impeachment inquiry | 21 March 2024 | The House Judiciary Committee on Thursday filed a lawsuit against two attorneys from the Justice Department’s tax division over their refusal to comply with subpoenas issued by the Republican-led panel co-leading Joe Biden's impeachment inquiry. The complaint asks the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., to issue a preliminary injunction compelling DOJ lawyers Mark Daly and Jack Morgan to sit for depositions before the panel investigating Biden's alleged involvement in his family's business dealings. Daly and Morgan have been involved in the DOJ's five-year-long probe into Hunter Biden's alleged criminal activity, which has thus far resulted in 12 charges against the 53-year-old first son related to tax and gun crimes. "The Committee's need for Daly's and Morgan’s testimony is urgent," the motion for the emergency order states. "Every day that they defy the Committee's Subpoenas delays and hinders its investigation at a time when the Committee is seeking to conclude its fact gathering."

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