It's not clear what evidence or witnesses Taitz is referring to.
In light of the judge's threat of sanctions, the case, Taitz says, "is now a quasi-criminal prosecution of the undersigned attorney, for the purpose of punishment."
Read her full motion here.
We suspect that Judge Clay Land of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia, who has twice roundly denounced Taitz and Birther ideology, won't be too pleased with her proposal to call witnesses in response to his threat of sanctions. Could another colorful order from Land be in the pipeline?
Late Update: Several readers have written in to accurately observe that the attorney-client privilege survives the termination of the attorney-client relationship. In her "Motion To Withdraw As Counsel," Taitz also mentions her view that "the Court should recognize and acknowledge the essential ethical importance of releasing this counsel from her obligations of confidentiality ..."