Updates on the Trump Georgia Case

by Mayniaga

What prompted the Georgia investigation?

Georgia was won by Biden with a narrow margin of only 11,779 votes. Additionally, a recorded call from January 2, 2021, captured Trump pressuring Republican Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to "find 11,780 votes."

What charges could Trump face in Georgia?

Among those implicated is Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s former personal lawyer, who made unfounded claims about "suitcases" of illegal ballots during the absentee ballot counting at State Farm Arena in Atlanta.

What do Trump and his lawyers have to say?

Trump maintains that his conversation with Raffensperger was flawless and that he committed no wrongdoing. His attempts to dismiss the case have been unsuccessful.

How does the Georgia case compare with the DOJ’s Jan. 6 investigation?

“It refers to one state, where Trump tried to get votes that he hadn't really earned in order to win the presidency,” Kevin O’Brien, former assistant U.S. attorney in the Justice Department, told Yahoo News.

When could we see a possible indictment?

Willis has strongly suggested that potential charges could be brought between August 1 and August 18.

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