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GA Court of Appeals puts Fani Willis election interference case ON HOLD until after November elections
By Ramon Tomey // Jun 09, 2024

The Georgia Court of Appeals (GCA) has ordered that the election interference case by Fulton County District Attorney (DA) Fani Willis against former President Donald Trump be put on hold until after the 2024 presidential election in November.

In a June 5 ruling, the GCA issued a temporary stay on the proceedings until it resolves whether Willis should be allowed to remain as the prosecuting attorney. Trump attorney Steven Sadow praised the GCA's decision, saying it "properly stayed all proceedings against [his client] in the trial court pending its decision."

In December, Sadow argued in court that the trial should be postponed until after the 2024 election in November – an argument the appeals court sided with in its June 5 decision. It also serves as a ruling in favor of an appeal filed by Trump, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and their co-defendants in the case. The appeal asks the GCA to overturn a decision by Fulton County Judge Scott McAfee that allows the progressive DA to remain on the case despite having engaged in ethical breaches.

The GCA will hear the appeal to disqualify Willis from the case on Oct. 4. A panel of three magistrates – Judges Todd Markle, Trenton Brown and Benjamin Land – will decide on whether the progressive DA should remain on the election interference case. Sadow expressed confidence in presenting arguments to the three appeals court judges, emphasizing Willis' misconduct.

The development in the Peach State follows a Manhattan jury finding Trump guilty of 34 counts of business records falsification during his hush money trial, presided by Judge Juan Merchan. Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, another progressive prosecutor, was responsible for the guilty verdict on Trump – something many of his allies have denounced as rigged. (Related: Donald Trump found GUILTY on all 34 charges in blatantly rigged New York trial, could be sentenced to 20 years in prison.)

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Biased Fani Willis should be out of the case

In January, co-defendant Michael Roman – a former aide to the Trump White House – revealed that Willis had engaged in a clandestine romantic relationship with Fulton County prosecutor Nathan Wade. The DA had appointed Wade to serve as a special prosecutor on the election interference case.

Roman filed a motion accusing Willis of financially benefiting from her personal relationship with Wade. The motion, which Trump and his co-defendants later adopted, also presented evidence that Willis had violated state legal and professional ethics.

The two denied any wrongdoing, with both acknowledging that they had been in a relationship and that Willis did not benefit financially from it. McAfee heard the motion and ruled that Willis could remain as a prosecutor on the case – provided that Wade stepped down. The special prosecutor resigned on the same day the judge handed down his ruling.

According to NBC News, "the case had been considered highly unlikely to go [to] trial before Nov. 5" – when Americans head to the polling places and cast their votes.

The GCA's June 5 ruling came a day after District Judge Aileen Cannon reworked the schedule for his classified documents case. Originally scheduled on May 20, the trial was suspended "indefinitely" given the "myriad" legal issues in the case she still has to work through. This further lessens the chances that the case presided by Cannon and brought forward by Special Counsel Jack Smith could go to trial before Election Day as well, NBC News added.

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Watch Breanna Morello talking about the GCA taking on the case to disqualify Fani Willis from the Trump election interference proceedings below.

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