Georgia Prosecutor Demands Trump Trial Date Before November Election

Left) Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis at the Atlanta Police headquarters in Atlanta on May 3, 2023; (Right) Former President Donald Trump prepares to deliver remarks in Las Vegas on July 8, 2023. (Megan Varner, Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Published November 18, 2023
Georgia prosecutors want an Aug. 5, 2024 trial date in former President Donald Trump’s election interference case, just months before the November election.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has asked the court to set an Aug. 5, 2024, trial date in former President Donald Trump’s election interference case in Georgia, just months ahead of the November presidential election.

If that date is accepted by Judge Scott McAfee, President Trump could potentially be mired in trial proceedings as Americans head to the polls in November to pick the next U.S. president.

While President Trump’s lawyers opposed the date, Ms. Willis said in a Nov. 17 court filing that the Aug. 5, 2024, trial date balances the constitutional right of a speedy trial and potential delays from the former president’s other trials.

President Trump is set for trial in Washington on March 4, 2024, and in Florida on May 20, 2024.

Lawyers for President Trump said in a court filing in response to Ms. Willis’ request that the former president opposes that date.

They have repeatedly asked for trial dates for all four criminal cases against him to take place after the November election.


RELATED: Judge Rejects Attempt to Disqualify Trump Under Insurrection Clause, Orders State Official to Put 45 Back on the Ballot

Published November 17, 2023

A Colorado judge rejected an effort Friday to remove former President Donald Trump from the state’s 2024 election ballot.

Judge Sarah Wallace held in her 102-page ruling Friday that Trump is not an “officer of the United States” disqualified from holding office under  section three of the 14th Amendment, ordering Colorado’s secretary of state to place Trump on the primary ballot.

However, Wallace did find that Trump “engaged in an insurrection on January 6, 2021 through incitement” and that the First Amendment does not protect his speech.

“While the Court agrees that there are persuasive arguments on both sides, the Court holds that the absence of the President from the list of positions to which the Amendment applies combined with the fact that Section Three specifies that the disqualifying oath is one to ‘support’ the Constitution whereas the Presidential oath is to ‘preserve, protect and defend’ the Constitution, it appears to the Court that for whatever reason the drafters of Section Three did not intend to include a person who had only taken the Presidential Oath,” Wallace wrote.

Wallace wrote that she is reluctant to embrace an interpretation that “would disqualify a presidential candidate without a clear, unmistakable indication that such is the intent of Section Three.”



RELATED: Where efforts to disqualify Trump from 2024 ballot stand

Former President Trump in New York City last week. Photo: Cooper Neill/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images
Published November 17, 2023

Former President Trump on Friday survived a Colorado legal challenge seeking to remove him from the 2024 presidential ballot, AP reports, as efforts across the country have been largely unsuccessful.

The big picture: At least 31 cases filed across the U.S. that have argued the Republican presidential front-runner should be disqualified over his actions surrounding the U.S. Capitol riot through the 14th Amendment’s insurrection clause.

  • More than a dozen cases remain pending before the courts.

Context: Section 3 of the 14th Amendment states that no one should hold office in the U.S. if they “have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the [U.S.], or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof.”

Yes, but: The provision is largely untested and the U.S. Constitution doesn’t lay out how to enforce the clause to disqualify a candidate.

14th Amendment cases state of play

By the numbers: Six cases related to the clause have already been dismissed, including in Minnesota, New Hampshire, two in Michigan and another two in Florida, per legal analysis by nonprofit publication Lawfare.



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