Rudy Giuliani showed up in court. His client wasn't the President.

One day after Rudy Giuliani announced he was leaving his law firm to offer his “sole concentration” to President Donald Trump, Giuliani appeared in a Broward County, Florida, courtroom Friday to represent a woman accused in an insurance fraud case.

The former New York City mayor, who recently joined Trump’s legal team, appeared for a morning hearing for a criminal defendant. According to court documents, the defendant was in a car crash on May 18, 2016, in Broward County. She is accused of fraudulently purchasing auto insurance online just 10 minutes after the crash and providing false and misleading information to the insurance company…

Giuliani is licensed to practice law in New York but not in Florida, according to court documents. The former New York City mayor requested to work on this case about two weeks after it was announced that he would be joining Trump’s legal team, court documents show. He was granted that request May 8.