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Georgia Court Green Lights Trump’s Appeal To Remove Fulton County DA Fani Willis From Election Fraud Case

The Georgia Court of Appeals has sanctioned Donald Trump’s bid to oust Fani Willis from overseeing his election fraud trial, dealing yet another setback to Fulton County’s District Attorney.

Willis, embroiled in controversy over her handling of the county’s election interference lawsuit against Trump, faced scrutiny due to her prior association with special prosecutor Nathan Wade.

Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee previously decided that Willis could remain involved in the Trump election interference case, albeit with a condition: special prosecutor Nathan Wade must recuse himself.

The ruling was dubbed a “slap on the wrist” for Willis.

Willis complimented her former lover earlier this year for his supposed “professionalism and dignity.”

She also claimed Wade had “endured threats against you and your family, as well as unjustified attacks in the media in court on your reputation as a lawyer.”

This decision spared Willis from severe consequences, drawing attention to the intricate dynamics of the ongoing legal proceedings.

Trump and eight other defendants facing charges in the Georgia state court have actively petitioned the appeals court to reverse McAfee’s ruling issued in March. However, the court has granted Trump’s appeal permission to proceed, though a specific timeline for the hearing remains pending, Daily Mail reported.

This move by the court, agreeing to entertain the appeal prior to the trial, potentially extends the already prolonged legal proceedings.
MarineBob · 56-60, M
They had 6 questions to ask themselves one took one yes answer but all 6 were yes
Duh. Trump is part of the Deep State, he's not going to prison.

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