Prosecutors are pushing back the proposed date for Trump’s trial in Georgia to October

Caracas.- The prosecutor responsible for the case, Fani Willis, who is accused of former US President Donald Trump (2017-2021) in Georgia, suggested this Thursday that the court close the trial on October 23 and not on March 4 of the year begin as he had mentioned at the beginning.

Willis addressed the new date in a court notice filed Thursday in Fulton County Superior Court (Georgia).

The prosecutor previously expressed interest Aug. 16 that the Georgia trial would not conflict with hearings and trials scheduled in the other three courts where Trump has other outstanding criminal cases.

His trial for making irregular payments to porn actress Stormy Daniels to buy her silence on the 2016 election campaign about their past “affair” is scheduled to begin March 25, 2024 in New York.

The Florida trial over the classified documents he took after leaving the White House is set for May 20, 2024, when the presidential election is just over six months away, while Washington’s trial over the attack will take place on the Capitol will be decided next Monday.

This Thursday, Trump is due to appear at the Fulton County Jail in Georgia to face 13 charges in that state for attempting to reverse the results of the 2020 election there, which left Democrat Joe Biden with just two Tenths (49.5%) won. .

The former Republican president, who was charged along with 18 other defendants, is said to be being fingerprinted and having his official photograph taken during the arrest. However, he will be released on bail of $200,000, which his lawyers agreed with prosecutors.

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With information from EFE.

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