April 18, 2024

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Georgia Supreme Court puts Trump out to pasture

Georgia Supreme Court puts Trump out to pasture

In a unanimous decision by nine justices of Georgia’s Supreme Court, Donald Trump’s lawyers refused to end the Fulton County District Attorney’s investigation of their client and overturn the special jury’s final report. An attempt to change the results of the 2020 presidential election.

” [Trump] “This Court is requested to intervene and adjudicate itself in the petitions now pending before the Supreme Court,” one read. Conclusion It aired on page five early this Monday evening. “This is not the type of relief that this Court will grant, at least in the absence of extraordinary circumstances that petitioner has not demonstrated in this case.”

Georgia’s Supreme Court consists of eight justices appointed by the Republican governor and one justice elected by nonpartisan election. Fulton County District Attorney Fannie Willis previously said charges against Donald Trump or his associates could be announced in the first half of August.

(AP Photo)

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