Twitter's legal department had notified Harris when the Manhattan District Attorney initailly subpoenaed his account, and said it would not comply while Harris prepared his challenge. Harris's attorney, Martin Stolar of the National Lawyers Guild, will seek a motion to reargue the case, he said. "I think the judge is incorrect in his understanding of the law."
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