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Question on Judge in Georgia trial (Original Post) bluestarone Mar 21 OP
Yes, he could, but then they would appeal directly to the GA Supreme Court . Cattledog Mar 21 #1
I think Fani may have to step aside and let MOMFUDSKI Mar 21 #2
Agree that THIS case is important, BUT bluestarone Mar 21 #4
Heck NO! FarPoint Mar 21 #6
No thank you. H2O Man Mar 21 #7
"Their" appeal Alpeduez21 Mar 21 #3
TY, I knew that. i just bluestarone Mar 21 #5
Judge Scott McAfee is smart to get these appeals out of the way. rgbecker Mar 21 #8


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2. I think Fani may have to step aside and let
Thu Mar 21, 2024, 12:26 PM
Mar 21

another prosecutor take the reigns. This case is THAT important


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4. Agree that THIS case is important, BUT
Thu Mar 21, 2024, 12:45 PM
Mar 21

totally disagree that she should step aside. She's the very best person to handle this case. SHE needs to be there.


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8. Judge Scott McAfee is smart to get these appeals out of the way.
Thu Mar 21, 2024, 01:45 PM
Mar 21

No sense in going through the paces to simply have the whole thing thrown out at the end for something as stupid as complaining about Willis' indiscretions.

I believe McAfee's findings will be upheld as he has reviewed all the various motions the Trump lawyers came up with. When the Appellant Court does uphold his ruling, there can be no more added stuff they may find along the way. Off course, they'll appeal the jury's findings etc. but it would be good to have this stuff out of the way.

By the way, concerning the documents case, it will be good to have that business settled before the trial for the same reasons....though it seems Judge Cannon may have left an opening for the defense to shut it down during the trial...that one is hard to parse.

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