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A Georgia prosecutor investigating Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn his defeat in the state’s 2020 presidential election told a judge on Tuesday that decisions on whether to bring criminal charges are ‘imminent.’
Fani Willis, the Fulton County district attorney, spoke at a hearing on whether to publicly release the final report from a special grand jury that spent months examining the Trump campaign’s actions.
She urged county Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney to keep the report secret for now, warning that future defendants could argue that unsealing the document hurt their right to a fair trial, among other concerns.
“We are asking that the report not be released, because – you having seen that report – decisions are imminent,” Willis said.
Willis did not give details about how soon exactly the information would be forthcoming.
Chris McGreal, a reporter for the Guardian, tweeted, “Atlanta area DA Fani Willis says ‘decisions are imminent’ on whether to charge Donald Trump over attempts to overturn 2020 election. But strongly hints prosecutions of ‘multiple’ individuals are coming.”
Atlanta area DA Fani Willis says “decisions are imminent” on whether to charge Donald Trump over attempts to overturn 2020 election. But strongly hints prosecutions of "multiple" individuals are coming:https://t.co/PVTnBoNQtT
— Chris McGreal (@ChrisMcGreal) January 24, 2023
An Atlanta prosecutor says “decisions are imminent” about whether to charge Donald Trump in his effort to bully Georgia officials into overturning his 2020 loss.https://t.co/AXDIgs6U8V
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) January 24, 2023
A district attorney in #Georgia urged a judge not to release a report from a grand jury investigating possible 2020 election interference, at least until she decides whether to charge anybody.
Key Trump allies testified to the special grand jury. https://t.co/1R2UwLmXI7
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) January 25, 2023
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