Judge Dismisses SOME Charges Against Trump in Georgia Election Case - What's Next?

Several allegations in the indictment against former President Donald Trump are still pending; however, Judge Scott McAfee of Fulton County Superior Court recently dismissed some accusations related to the Georgia election interference case. On Wednesday, the judge ordered the quashing of six charges in the indictment, three of which were against Trump, the presumed Republican presidential contender for 2024.

However, the judge ruled that prosecutors might file a fresh indictment based on the accusations he dropped, and the ruling maintains the status of the remaining charges.

Seeking elected officials to break their oaths of office is the subject of the six allegations under consideration. This includes two allegations pertaining to the phone conversation Trump had on January 2, 2021, with fellow Republican Brad Raffensperger, Georgia's secretary of state.

This is all I want to do. Trump said, "I just want to find 11,780 votes, which is one more than we have."

According to the lawsuit, Trump and eighteen other people plotted to reverse the state's 2020 election defeat to Democrat Joe Biden. Trump entered a not guilty plea. This finding coincides with McAfee's consideration of a motion by the defendants to have Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis removed from the case. Defendants have claimed that Willis's intimate connection with special prosecutor Nathan Wade presents a conflict of interest.


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