Sidney Powell Net Worth, Upcoming books, Husband, Family

Sidney Powell Net Worth, Upcoming books, Husband, Family

The given article contains all the information about American attorney and former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell Net worth, upcoming books, husband, and family.

Sidney Katherine Powell usually makes headlines for promoting conspiracy theories. Powell has been one of the most passionate voices against Joe Biden’s presidential victory in 2020. 

Sidney Powell’s Early Life 

Full name
Sidney Katherine Powell
Known as Sidney Powell
Place of birth
Durham, North Carolina United States
Date of birth May 1, 1955
Age 68 years old
Weight 60 kg
1.83 meters (about 6 feet)
Hair Color Brown
Skin color White
Eye color Blue
Religion Christian
Occupation Attorney
Net Worth $30 Million

Sidney Powell was born in Durham, North Carolina on May 1, 1955. She grew up in Raleigh and began her career as an assistant district attorney in the Western District of Texas.

She founded her own legal company in 1993. She was one of the prosecutors in the case of Jimmy Chagra, a notorious drug dealer, in 1979.

Sidney Powell’s Education 

Upon graduating from Needham Broughton High School, Sidney Powell attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree.

She was accepted to the University of North Carolina School of Law at the age of 19, where she graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 1978. Her legal career began after she graduated from law school when she worked as an associate attorney.

She was one of the youngest federal prosecutors in the United States when she began her career.

Sidney Powell’s Career

Powell began her career as one of the youngest federal prosecutors in the U.S.  Sidney was an assistant United States attorney for Texas’s Western and Northern Districts and the Eastern District of Virginia from 1978-88.  Powell later established her law firm in Texas in 1993. 

Sidney Powell’s Souce of Income and Net Worth 

Most of Powell’s income comes from her high-profile cases and the royalty from her published work. Although an approximation suggests it is between $30 million, Sidney Powell net worth is uncertain. 

Sidney Powell’s Family 

Sidney Powell has been married twice. She has a son from a marriage that ended “years ago.” Not much is known about her personal life, as Powell is highly private.

Published work

Powell has written opinion pieces for The New York Observer, The Daily Caller, The Hill, National Review, Fox News, media organizations, and conservative content producers. She has published two books:

Publication Date Title Publisher
May 1, 2014 Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice Brown Books
February 18, 2020 Conviction Machine: Standing Up to Federal Prosecutorial Abuse Encounter Books
1988 Federal Jurisdiction in Criminal Appeals—Appealable Orders in the Fifth Circuit
Texas Tech Law Review
1990 Federal Appeals in the Fifth Circuit: Tips for the Texas Practitioner
Baylor Law Review
1994 Federal Appellate Practice Guide: Fifth Circuit
Lawyers Cooperative Publishing

The Vote Transfer via Supercomputer Hoax

Dennis Montgomery, a software designer and alleged conspiracy theorist, claimed that a government supercomputer would transfer votes from Trump to Biden mere days before the 2020 presidential election.

Powell went on record on the Lou Dobbs Tonight TV show on November 6 and again two days later on Maria Bartiromo’s Fox Business program to support the ludicrous claims. 

CISA director Christopher Krebs described the supercomputer theory as nonsense” anda hoax’. CISA described the 2020 election as “the most secure in American history,” with “no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes or was in any way compromised.”

Trump’s Legal Team

After the election, Trump established a legal team to upturn Biden’s victory. The panel consisted of Rudy Giuliani and Joseph DiGenova, Victoria Toensing, Jenna Ellis, and Powell.

The team then filed several lawsuits in many states regarding allegations of vote harvesting, illegal votes, machine errors, vote dumps, and late-counted votes. 

International Communist plot hoax

Without concrete evidence, Powell alleged that Cuba, China, Venezuela, Hugo Chávez (who died in 2013), George Soros, the Clinton Foundation, and Antifa had joined hands to engineer an international Communist ploy to rig the 2020 U.S. presidential election. She also alleged that Dominion Voting Systems “can set and run an algorithm that probably ran all over the country to take a certain percentage of votes from President Donald Trump and flip them to President Biden.”

The U.S. Army and Scytl controversy

Powell came out in support of a conspiracy theory spread by Congressman Louie Gohmert, OANN, and others, which stated election results showing a landslide victory for Trump had been transmitted to the German office of the Spanish electronic voting firm Scytl, after which a company server was supposedly seized in a raid by the United States Army. The U.S. Army and Scytl refuted these claims. 

Dominion scam

In an interview with Newsmax on November 21, Powell accused Georgia’s Republican governor, Brian Kemp, of being “in on the Dominion scam” and suggested financial impropriety.

Powell additionally alleged that fraud had cost Doug Collins the nonpartisan blanket primary against incumbent Kelly Loeffler in the Senate race in Georgia.

She also claimed the Democratic Party had used rigged Dominion machines to defeat Bernie Sanders in the 2016 primary and that Sanders learned of this but “sold out.” She said she wouldblow up Georgia with a “biblical” court filing.

Off the Trump bandwagon

The Washington Post reported that Trump later cut ties with Powell because she harmed his more excellent legal vision as she was “practicing law on her own.” Trump was also disdainful of the coverage Powell received from Tucker Carlson Tonight. 

Speech at the QAnon conference 

Powell spoke at a QAnon conference in Dallas over Memorial Day weekend. She falsely asserted Trump “can simply be reinstated, that a new Inauguration Day is set,” eliciting cheers from the crowd. This was supposedly August 13A.

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