Center for Political Awareness

Georgia Appeals Court to Weigh Disqualifying Fani Willis from Trump Case 

A Georgia appeals court agreed Wednesday to review a lower court’s decision not to disqualify Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (D) from prosecuting former President Trump in his election interference case.

Photo: Fulton County Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis

 

A Georgia appeals court agreed Wednesday to review a lower court’s decision not to disqualify Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (D) from prosecuting former President Trump in his election interference case in the state. 

Revelations that Willis was in a romantic relationship with one of Trump’s top prosecutors caused a multi-month detour in the case, including a series of whirlwind hearings that culminated in the district attorney being allowed to remain. 

On Wednesday, the Georgia Court of Appeals granted the request from Trump and several allies charged alongside him to take up their appeal now, before the case heads to trial. The district attorney’s office had opposed the move. 

Click here for full article.

 

Leave a Reply

2.5" Vinyl Sticker

with each Donation

Enjoying what your are reading. Please donate to help with our operating expenses. Thank you!

Enjoying what your are reading. Please donate to help with our operating expenses. Thank you!

Find your US Representative: Click Here