Trump may seek to transfer Georgia 2020 election charges to federal court
Former president’s lawyer notifies judge in Fulton county that he ‘may seek removal of his prosecution’Donald Trump’s lead defense lawyer notified a judge in Fulton county on Thursday that he could soon seek to remove to federal court the racketeering prosecution charging him with attempting to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in the state of Georgia.The unusual filing, submitted to the Fulton county superior court judge Sc…
Donald Trump may seek to move Georgia election case to federal court
Donald Trump may seek to move a Georgia criminal case accusing him of conspiring to reverse his 2020 presidential election loss from state to federal court, according to a Thursday court filing.
Trump May Seek To Move Georgia Election Case To Federal Court
Donald Trump may seek to move the Georgia criminal case in which he is accused of conspiring to overturn his 2020 U.S. election loss from state to federal court - a potentially more favorable venue for the former president, his lawyer said in a court filing on Thursday. Several of Trump's 18 co-defendants, including his former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, have filed petitions to move their cases to federal court since being charged l…
Judge denies request by Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to move his Georgia election case to federal court
Judge denies request by Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to move his Georgia election case to federal court.
Trump may seek to have his Georgia election interference case moved into federal court
Attorneys for former President Trump have notified Georgia state court in Fulton County that they may seek to remove his case to federal court, according to a new filing.
Trump tells judge he may try to move Georgia election interference case to federal court
Former President Donald Trump on Thursday formally notified the judge overseeing the Georgia election subversion case that he “may” try to move his state case into federal court.
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