Bench Warrant Issued for Trump-loving Attorney Stefanie Lambert

Lambert Indicted for Plot to Illegally Obtain Voting Equipment in Michigan

An Oakland County Circuit Court judge in Michigan issued a bench warrant Thursday for Stefanie Lambert, a lawyer who worked to overturn the 2020 presidential election, after she failed to appear for a hearing at 3:00pm today. The hearing was about why Lambert hadn’t complied with four past orders that she be fingerprinted and have a DNA sample taken.

By 4:00pm, the judge agreed with the prosecutor to issue a bench warrant and give her 24 hours to turn herself in.

Lambert faces felony charges for her alleged involvement in obtaining voting equipment in Michigan illegally, along with former State Rep. Daire Rendon and former candidate for Secretary of State Matt DePerno.

The three conspired to obtain voting equipment, and promoted conspiracy theories about election fraud.

Daire Rendon, Matt DePerno, and Stefanie Lambert

Lambert is facing four counts: undue possession of a voting machine, conspiracy to commit unauthorized access to a computer system, conspiracy to commit undue possession of a voting machine and willfully damaging a voting machine. Each charge would bring a prison term of up to five years.

The case is being handled by a special prosecutor in place of State Attorney General Dana Nessel, who passed the baton because of a conflict of interest. At the time of indictment she was running for office against DePerno.

Lambert was also facing discipline along with other prominent Trump attorneys, including Sidney Powell and Lin Wood, in their attempt to overturn the 2020 presidential election.