In the Georgia case, Donald Trump filed a motion! Will everything end soon?
It’s too soon to say if President Trump’s move to get the charges against him in the Georgia election meddling case dropped will work or not. The judge hasn’t made a decision yet, and even if the move is allowed, the prosecutors could still appeal.
But the move does bring up some interesting questions about the law. One of the main points made by Trump’s lawyers is that the charges against him are based on politics. They also say that the charge is too unclear and that the crimes Trump is accused of are not actually crimes under Georgia law.
If the judge agrees with Trump’s request that the charges be dropped, it would be a big win for the former president. But even if the move is turned down, Trump might still be able to win the case in court.
It’s important to remember that the Georgia case is just one of many court problems that Trump has to deal with. The Justice Department is also looking into what role he played in the attack on the Capitol on January 6.
In the end, it is too soon to say if Trump’s move to get the charges against him in the Georgia election interference case dropped will be successful or not. But the move does bring up some interesting law questions, and if it is allowed, it would be a big win for the former president.