BREAKING: Georgia Court of Appeals Will Hear Case for Disqualifying Disgraced Fulton County DA Fani Willis

by J Pelkey
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The Georgia Court of Appeals has agreed to hear President Trump’s appeal to disqualify disgraced Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis from the RICO case against him. 

Per CBS News, on Wednesday the Georgia Court of Appeals approved a motion, filed by Trump’s attorneys, to review a ruling by Judge Scott McAfee in March. This ruling allowed Willis to remain on the case under the condition that her lover and subordinate, Nathan Wade, resigned. Wade resigned a few days later.

Attorney Steve Sadow shared this development on X.

“Upon consideration of the Application for Interlocutory Appeal, it is ordered that it be hereby GRANTED. The Appellant may file a Notice of Appeal within 10 days of the date of this order. The Clerk of Superior Court is directed to include a copy of this order in the record transmitted to the Court of Appeals,” the Court said.

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From Fox News:

The Georgia Court of Appeals has agreed to review former President Donald Trump’s application to appeal Judge Scott McAfee’s ruling to keep embattled Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis on the case.

Judge McAfee’s order in March said that special prosecutor Nathan Wade had to be removed in order to keep Willis from disqualification in the Trump election interference case in Georgia. Willis and Wade were alleged to have had an “improper” affair.

Trump and several co-defendants alleged Willis and Wade were romantically involved prior to his hiring and that she financially benefited from the relationship. Both Willis and Wade denied those allegations.

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