Fani Willis’s Case Against Trump Postponed Indefinitely


The Georgia Court of Appeals indefinitely halted the Fani Willis case against former President Trump. They are considering whether Willis should be entirely disqualified from the case.

Their ruling isn’t expected until March of next year, so it is highly unlikely that the case will proceed before the election.

CNN reports that a ruling by a panel of judges “on Wednesday from the Georgia Court of Appeals is the latest indication that a trial in the state-level Georgia election subversion case will not occur before the 2024 presidential election.”

The appeals court is expected to rule on the disqualification issue by March 2025, though it could issue a ruling sooner. Several sources close to the case have told CNN that the timeline remains uncertain.

Fulton County Superior Judge Scott McAfee had initially allowed proceedings in his courtroom to continue as the appeals court weighed an appeal of his decision to allow Willis to remain on the case.

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