Former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock has been ordered to hand over some records to prosecutors conducting a grand jury investigation into his spending.
The ruling, issued in February by U.S. District Judge Sue Myerscough, was unsealed last week. Schock must hand over 16 documents, including documents related to a campaign fundraising committee he controlled, and emails related to his real estate investments and travel.
Schock’s lawyers argued during the trial that some documents should remain sealed because they involved attorney-client communications prior to litigation.
The former 18th District representative resigned from office in March 2015 and has been subpoenaed twice for campaign and congressional records.