Trump And Co-Defendants Arraignment Date Set

According to reports, former President Donald J. Trump will be arraigned in Georgia on September 6 over allegations that he and 18 other defendants attempted to overturn the state’s election results. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee scheduled arraignments for all the accused at 15-minute intervals.

Defendants will be officially informed of the allegations against them and allowed to enter pleas during their arraignments. Trump has pled not guilty in all three of his earlier criminal matters.

A report shows that Trump entered a not-guilty plea and declined arraignment in the Georgia election case.

In a court file submitted on Thursday, Trump pleaded guilty to the allegations against him and waived his right to a personal appearance at his arraignment on September 6.

Some of the other 18 defendants have done the same.

A report suggests that because she is unprepared for trial, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is now bullying the defendants in Trump’s RICO case. Thirty other alleged conspirators have not been named or charged.

Lawyers representing Trump, Sidney Powell, and Ken Chesebro have called for a swift trial and their cases to be heard separately. Under the law, the trials must commence no later than the end of October or the beginning of November. Co-defendants who make such demands would be required to sever their own cases from the other defendants.

President Trump has also asked for a postponement of his trial and for his case to be tried separately from the others.

After Powell and Chesebro asked for expedited trials, Fani Willis issued a warning to all of the defendants, citing four other instances.

However, an attorney who goes by the name Techno Fog on social media claims that the incidents listed by Fani Willis have zero to do with the RICO case against the president.

Techno Fog explained that DA Willis is just as guilty of the same behavior she accuses the defendants of because she made a false claim to the Court.

He then wrote that it was a violation of Georgia law, citing Ga. Code Ann. 16-10-20.1, which involves false statements to the courts.