(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – The District Attorney of Fulton County, Fani Willis, has suggested starting the trial concerning the Georgia election involving former President Donald Trump and 18 additional individuals on March 4, 2024, based on documents accessed by Fox News.
Furthermore, Willis recommends that the defendant hearings take place in the week starting September 5. These dates are tentative and will be finalized once a judge confirms them.
Interestingly, the trial’s proposed commencement aligns closely with Super Tuesday, a significant event in the presidential primaries where the highest number of delegate votes are available for the taking on a single day. This is a pivotal day for presidential contenders, with around 14 primary elections set to occur nationwide, from states like California and Texas to Massachusetts and Maine.
Earlier this week, a grand jury in Fulton County charged Trump along with 18 others. They are alleged to have engaged in illicit activities in a bid to retain Trump’s position after his 2020 electoral defeat to Democrat Joe Biden.
Separately, Trump faces a trial in New York in March on multiple state allegations related to the misrepresentation of business documents linked to an alleged secret payment. Moreover, in May, he is slated to face charges in a federal case presented by special counsel Jack Smith, accusing Trump of unlawfully retaining classified papers at his Mar-a-Lago property and hindering their recovery by authorities.
Smith’s legal team is also pushing for a January 2 trial concerning Trump’s endeavors to contest the election results.
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