Former U.S. Congressman Aaron Schock lost a round in his ongoing court battle on Monday afternoon.
A federal judge ordered the release of certain documents and other information gathered since the beginning of the case against Schock back in March. Many of the documents are heavily redacted and some are still sealed, but information disclosed to this point shows that lawyers for the U.S. House of Representatives did intervene in the case. Those lawyers claim that the records belong to Schock and should therefore be protected.
Schock has agreed to turn over additional documents to prosecutors by the end of August.