Federal prosecutors have issued another subpoena for the records of former Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock.
The second request seeks Schock's texts, financial records and emails as part of the federal investigation into the ex-lawmaker's spending of campaign funds.
Schock was initially subpoenaed back in March, one day prior to his sudden resignation. Federal prosecutor Timothy Bass told U.S. District Court Judge Sue Myerscough Thursday that it was "utter nonsense" that Schock has failed to comply with the federal jury's request. Meanwhile, the disgraced lawmaker's attorneys say the initial subpoena was "vague" and have also argued that some of the requested documentation is privileged.
Darin LaHood, a former Illinois Republican State Senator, was elected to fill Schock's empty 18th congressional district seat in September.