Schock’s Lawyers Deny Accusations Of Being Deceptive

(Springfield, IL) — Attorneys for former U.S. Representative Aaron Schock are firing back at prosecutors who claim he has “deceptively refused” to hand over documents relevant to his investigation. In a court filing Wednesday, Schock’s lawyers say their client has been vilified in public because of accusations they call unwarranted. The paperwork was subpoenaed at the end of March, the same time the Peoria Republican resigned from office. Both sides in the case have been arguing over which records should be turned over to the government.