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President Trump Files Motion In Georgia Case! Will It All Be Over Soon?

Attorneys for President Trump wasted no time in moving to quash Fani Willis’ sham case against the 45th President.

Willis’ case is quickly falling apart, according to legal experts and pundits, and this is likely evidenced by the change in the proposed start to the trials.

The Fulton County DA is now under investigation by Congressional Republicans, who rightly point out that she is engaging in a politically motivated prosecution.

We will provide you with updates as the case progresses, for now, here are the latest developments.

NBC News reports: “The court filings are the first time former President Trump has formally moved to dismiss charges against him in the sprawling indictment handed down in Fulton County last month.”

Several Trump allies are attempting to follow the same strategy according to ABC News:

“Lawyers for attorney Kenneth Chesebro have filed a motion to dismiss the charges against him in the Georgia election interference case, arguing that his actions were “justified” because he was acting “within his capacity as a lawyer” for Trump’s campaign.”

NTD News had more:

The brief filings adopt co-defendant Rudy Giuliani’s arguments on seven charges, and co-defendant Kenneth Chesebro’s demurrer of one charge, and Mr. Chesebro’s demurrer of seven charges in his motion to dismiss the indictment entirely.

Mr. Trump’s attorneys also filed a notice to have reciprocal discovery apply to his case under Georgia law.

Mr. Giuliani had served as an attorney for President Trump when he challenged the 2020 election results and initiated efforts to investigate alleged election fraud.

Mr. Giuliani and President Trump were each charged with 13 counts, with seven of them overlapping.

Regardless of the outcome of the motion, a judge has already decided that Willis’ case, originally slated for October, will be happening at a later date.

According to Collin Rugg, even ABC’s John Santucci isn’t holding back any punches when it comes to the substance of Willis’ case against President Trump.

“Bad. I mean, Fani Willis wasn’t there… she’s throwing things against the wall based on this hearing. A great win for Donald Trump and others that did not want to be part of this speedy trial case.

I can tell you, sitting here with you, just texting with some of the attorneys involved in the other defendants celebrating,” Santucci said.

NBC News explained:

Trump moved to dismiss days after his lawyers notified the court that he might try to move the case to federal court, an effort that has so far been unsuccessful for Trump’s former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.


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