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    Trump’s Final Gambit – GA Appeals Court to Decide Fate of Fani Willis! What’s at Stake?

    A co-defendant in the election interference case against former President Donald Trump and more than a dozen others is set to present arguments in the Georgia State Court of Appeals, which could potentially lead to the dismissal of the charges brought by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

    Dubbed “The Fulton 19,” the group faces indictments for alleged election interference, but they are contesting Willis’s jurisdiction, citing a conflict of interest, which they argue should disqualify her from the case, potentially leading to their exoneration, reports said.

    “It’s a win for Trump’s legal team, which appealed the ruling and has successfully used delay tactics in the four criminal cases against him while he campaigns for a second term,” Axios reported. “Trump and multiple co-defendants have argued that Willis’ relationship with then-special prosecutor Nathan Wade caused a conflict of interest. Willis has blasted the accusations as politically motivated.”

    Harrison Floyd, a former Trump campaign employee and one of the 19 defendants, has posed a jurisdictional challenge at the center of the controversy. Floyd’s attorney contends that the state election board holds primary jurisdiction over election-related violations, not Willis’s office. They argue that Willis overstepped her authority by pursuing the indictments, potentially resulting in fragmented or duplicate prosecutions.


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