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Judge Rules Partial Recusal in Georgia Election Case, DA Willis Not Fully Disqualified

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The judge overseeing the Georgia election interference case involving former President Donald Trump and his co-defendants has decided against outright disqualifying Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. However, the judge ruled that either she or prosecutor Nathan Wade must recuse themselves from the case.

In a 23-page ruling, Judge Scott McAfee stated that the defendants failed to prove that the district attorney had a genuine conflict of interest. The co-defendant, Michael Roman, along with several others, initially sought Willis’ disqualification from the election case, citing allegations that she benefited financially from her romantic relationship with prosecutor Nathan Wade.

Former President Donald Trump has dismissed the district attorney’s investigation as being politically motivated.


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