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    I mean, by that reasoning, none of this case is your concern since it's a Georgia state case.
    I have an interest in the legal case against Trump, because he's running for president which makes me a potential constituent. The judge did not rule that Willis did anything that is grounds for dismissing the case against Trump nor did he declare a mistrial.

    That's all that matters to me.

    Georgia and Fulton county can sort out any questions of ethical violations with Willis. I don't care what happens on that issue.
     
    I have an interest in the legal case against Trump, because he's running for president which makes me a potential constituent. The judge did not rule that Willis did anything that is grounds for dismissing the case against Trump nor did he declare a mistrial.

    That's all that matters to me.

    Georgia and Fulton county can sort out any questions of ethical violations with Willis. I don't care what happens on that issue.
    Fair enough. I'll still say that her issues have definitely hurt the case, so it does matter, as much as we'd like to ignore it.
     
    ATLANTA (AP) — The judge overseeing the Georgia election interference case is allowing Donald Trump to appeal a ruling allowing Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis to remain on the prosecution.

    Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee on Wednesday granted a request by defense attorneys to ask the Georgia Court of Appeals to review the judge’s decision. It’s now up to the appeals court to decide whether the court will hear it.

    McAfee in a ruling last week denied the defense’s request to disqualify Willis from the case or dismiss the indictment over her romantic relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade. The judge said Willis can remain on the case as long as Wade resigns, which Wade did on Friday.…….

     
    ATLANTA (AP) — Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis said Saturday that the election interference prosecution against Donald Trump hasn’t been delayed by proceedings over her romantic relationship with a special prosecutor she hired for the case.

    “I don’t feel like we have been slowed down at all,” Willis told CNN in an interview. “I think there are efforts to slow down the train, but the train is coming.”

    Her latest comments come as defense attorneys continue to press claims about her handling of a sprawling prosecution against the former president and current GOP presumptive nominee. Trump faces four felony indictments — including separate federal and state cases for his efforts to overturn the 2020 election that he lost to President Joe Biden — but has fought to delay and dismiss the cases, arguing that political opponents are wrongly targeting him.…….

     
    ATLANTA (AP) — Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis said Saturday that the election interference prosecution against Donald Trump hasn’t been delayed by proceedings over her romantic relationship with a special prosecutor she hired for the case.

    “I don’t feel like we have been slowed down at all,” Willis told CNN in an interview. “I think there are efforts to slow down the train, but the train is coming.”

    Her latest comments come as defense attorneys continue to press claims about her handling of a sprawling prosecution against the former president and current GOP presumptive nominee. Trump faces four felony indictments — including separate federal and state cases for his efforts to overturn the 2020 election that he lost to President Joe Biden — but has fought to delay and dismiss the cases, arguing that political opponents are wrongly targeting him.…….

    She can't be serious. Of course the case has been slowed down by her questionable actions. Owning up to what she did and then moving on should be her approach. It wouldn't end the questions people have, but I think people would be more understanding if she were honest with them.
     
    Of course the case has been slowed down...
    What was scheduled on the court's calendar that had to be rescheduled for a later date? I haven't heard any reports that a trial date had been set or that this would push the trial date back I think that's what Willis is referring too.
     
    What was scheduled on the court's calendar that had to be rescheduled for a later date? I haven't heard any reports that a trial date had been set or that this would push the trial date back I think that's what Willis is referring too.
    You actually think this hearing had no affect on the schedule?
     
    ATLANTA (AP) — Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis said Saturday that the election interference prosecution against Donald Trump hasn’t been delayed by proceedings over her romantic relationship with a special prosecutor she hired for the case.

    “I don’t feel like we have been slowed down at all,” Willis told CNN in an interview. “I think there are efforts to slow down the train, but the train is coming.”

    Her latest comments come as defense attorneys continue to press claims about her handling of a sprawling prosecution against the former president and current GOP presumptive nominee. Trump faces four felony indictments — including separate federal and state cases for his efforts to overturn the 2020 election that he lost to President Joe Biden — but has fought to delay and dismiss the cases, arguing that political opponents are wrongly targeting him.…….


    Good, that's the focus they need to keep. Even if the trail is delayed they need to keeping moving forward and get to trial asap. I think all she's saying is the DA is ready to go.
     
    You actually think this hearing had no affect on the schedule?
    I know there's a lot of variables to the timing of the schedule of a trial and that some motions don't delay the start of the trial, because the trial date is set with allowances for motions and other things.

    Since I don't know the specific scheduling in this trial, I don't if the motion to remove will result in a delay of when the trial date will be set for.

    Can you point to any specific information that says the motion and preceding will cause the trial date to be later than it would have?

    Common sense is commonly wrong.
     

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