The Georgia Supreme Court sends Trump to graze

In a unanimous decision, the nine justices of the Georgia Supreme Court denied Donald Trump’s attorney’s request to end the Fulton County prosecutor’s investigation of their client and to overturn the final report of a special grand jury that recommended indictment of the individuals involved in the case. An effort to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.

” [Trump] This court is requested to intervene and decide on applications currently pending before the Supreme Court,” one can read in resolution A five-page show broadcast on Mondays in the early evening. “This is not the kind of relief this court would grant, at least in the absence of exceptional circumstances not established by the petitioner in this case.”

The Supreme Court of Georgia is made up of eight judges appointed by a Republican governor and one justice elected through a nonpartisan election. Fulton County District Attorney Fanny Willis had previously said indictments against Donald Trump or his allies could be announced in the first half of August.

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