Appeals Court Stays Trump’s Georgia Election Case

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Georgia’s Appeals Court has put Pres. Trump’s case in the state on hold pending judicial review of the motions to disqualify DA Fani Willis. 

From The Epoch Times. The Georgia Court of Appeals ordered on June 5 a stay on all proceedings in Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’s case against former President Donald Trump and eight codefendants, challenging the district attorney’s ability to prosecute the case.

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“The proceedings below in the Superior Court of Fulton County are hereby stayed pending the outcome of these appeals,”  reads an order by the court clerk, citing a Georgia Supreme Court case ordering the stay of criminal case proceedings during an interlocutory review.

This comes as the court has agreed to review whether Ms. Willis should be disqualified.

The appeals court on June 4 set a hearing in October for former President Donald Trump’s appeal of a Fulton County judge’s decision not to disqualify prosecutor Ms. Willis. …

Whether Ms. Willis and her office remain on the case is likely the deciding factor in whether the case will be tried at all.

Trump Cases on Hold

President Trump was indicted four times last year, with most of the cases setting trial dates for this spring. …

With the Georgia Appeals Court decision, the remaining cases are not expected to head to trial anytime this year. …

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(Excerpt from The Epoch Times. Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America – Donald Trump, CC BY-SA 2.0, Wikimedia Commons)

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