- Donald Trump’s trial will not be in October
- They give more details about Trump’s accusations
- What will happen to the former president?
A Georgia judge determined this Thursday that Donald Trump’s former president will not have to go to trial in October.
The decision represents a setback for the Prosecutor’s Office, which wanted the 19 defendants to be tried together.
In an attempt to prove that they were all part of a conspiracy to manipulate the results of the 2020 elections in that state.
In which Trump lost by a narrow margin to the Democrat and current president Joe Biden.
They give important information
In a court document, Scott McAfee, one of the judges of the superior court of Fulton County (Georgia), determined something important.
On October 23, the speedy trial that Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell had requested will take place.
Two of Trump’s 2020 campaign lawyers accused of spreading false information about the election.
Trump and 16 other defendants requested to be tried separately, saying they would not be available for trial on October 23.
They comply with Trump’s request
The magistrate accepted the requests, citing procedural and logistical reasons to simplify the process.
Trump, the Republican candidate in 2024, pleaded not guilty on August 31 to 13 charges in Georgia.
Trump is the first former president in the history of the United States to be indicted and has already accumulated four criminal cases.
In New York, he faces charges of irregular payments during the 2016 campaign to silence Stormy Daniels due to her past affair.
‘Stole’ classified papers
According to EFE, he faces charges in Florida for taking classified papers to his mansion in Mar-a-Lago.
He must answer for the 2021 Capitol assault, as his supporters attempted to disrupt the certification of Biden’s 2020 victory.
On the morning of January 6, protesters gathered for the Save America rally in La Elipse public park.
Where attendees heard speeches from then-President Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and Rudy Giuliani.
They restrict access
To the former president Donald Trump will be restricted from accessing classified information and the ability to speak about it.
As determined by a judge this Wednesday after a closed-door hearing held the previous day.
The decision appears to largely follow restrictions that special prosecutor Jack Smith requested to protect classified information.
«Possible evidence in the case of the former president for negligent handling of sensitive documents at Mar-a-Lago.»
He asks to drop his charges
In a surprising legal twist, lawyers for former President Donald Trump filed a request with a court in Georgia on Monday, September 11.
They seek the withdrawal of most of the charges faced by the republican for his alleged attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
Trump’s legal representatives made a specific request to Judge Scott McAfee, in Fulton County.
They ask that he adopt the same arguments presented by two of the former president’s 18 associates who also face charges for attempting to disrupt the elections.
Request the same legal defense
Specifically, Trump’s legal team requested that the same legal defense used by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and attorney Kenneth Chesebro be applied.
Those who argued last week that the US Constitution prohibits states from criminalizing actions that fall under «federal authority.»
Trump’s lawyers argued in their filing that this same exception applies to several of the charges against him, including conspiracy.
The former president faces a total of 13 charges, with the most significant being a violation of the state’s criminal