Ryan E.
September 17, 2023

Trump Case Judge Deals Blow To DA Fani Willis

The judge overseeing Donald Trump's case in Georgia just dealt a pretty heavy blow to the district attorney there.

Sorry, Fani.

Georgia D.A. Fani Willis is NOT going to be happy with the recent decision of Judge Scott McAfee.

McAfee recently ruled that former president Donald J. Trump will not be required to stand trial in October alongside his codefendants Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell.

Chesebro and Powell's case should have been the exception, not the norm. Those two put in "speedy trial" requests, but that did not mean that EVERY defendant had done so.

Trump definitely wants as much time as possible before he is required to face these charges.

Many people hypothesize that one of Donald's plans might be to put everything off for as long as he can, and hopefully win the 2024 election before any legal consequences are handed down.

That way, Trump could either pardon himself or simply be immune from being held accountable for any wrongdoing.

Fani Willis CAN'T be happy about the decision to let Trump have a little bit longer before having to face the music in a Georgia courtroom.

Kyle Becker, a popular podcast host, recently shared some analysis of the decision and what Fani Willis must be feeling:

This is not the only victory that Trump could experience in the upcoming days.

CNN legal analyst Elie Honig thinks that "the motion for U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan to recuse herself from Trump’s Jan. 6 case may have merit."

"So this is an extreme longshot, legally speaking. But you can see where Donald Trump’s coming from. It’s not an outrageous motion when you see various statements that Judge Charlton has made in the course of handling the prosecutions and sentencings of other January 6 rioters," Honig said.

"She has said things that seem to pretty clearly suggest that she believed years ago Donald Trump should have been charged, should have been held accountable. And she was essentially making the point at these sentencings that, yes, you’re being prosecuted, rightly so, for storming the Capitol, but more responsible people are not," Honig added.

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