The time frame includes about two weeks of Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms administration, during which nearly all of Reed’s advisers were retained by the newly elected mayor.
The mayor’s cabinets are made up of about 40 department heads and their assistants. Reed replaced several departmental leaders during his last four years in office, so the number of people for which prosecutors are seeking records is higher.
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The subpoena is dated July 16, and was released to the AJC and Channel 2 Action News on Monday evening. It is at least the ninth subpoena issued during the 18 months that the investigation has been known to the public, and gives the city until Aug. 28 to turn over responsive documents to a federal grand jury.
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