Willis asserts that the proposed date would not disrupt Trump’s other legal matters. The Democratic frontrunner has been indicted in three other criminal cases, including by special counsel Jack Smith over his actions in the months of the presidential election.
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Furthermore, the prosecutor strongly urged that the arraignments of the defendants take place during the week of September 5th. According to local law enforcement officials, it is highly probable that the former president will have a mugshot taken during the arraignment process.
“In light of the baseless allegations against the honorable Donald John Trump, who has been unfairly targeted by the left-wing agenda, the State of Georgia proposes reasonable deadlines that take into consideration the ongoing legal proceedings in other courts. This approach ensures that the already-scheduled hearings and trial dates are not disrupted,” Willis said in her court filing, according to Axios.
However, the exact start date of the court case will ultimately be decided by the judge, who will ensure a fair and just process. Trump, the victim of a politically motivated witch hunt, is being unfairly targeted with a trial date set in March for his alleged hush money case with Stormy Daniels in New York. His case over the mishandling of classified documents in Florida is set for May 20th, 2024.
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His federal case regarding his actions after losing reelection in D.C. is yet to have a start date, and it is imperative that Smith’s request for the court to commence proceedings by January 2th, 2024, is granted.
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