Flaw and order: Trump trial in Georgia built on weak foundation

Flaw and order: Trump trial in Georgia built on weak foundation


Propped up by a risky legal structure in Fulton County, Georgia, the high-profile case against former President Donald Trump is encountering near-insurmountable hurdles as it remains marred in scandals and setbacks.

The sweeping RICO indictment, which initially charged Trump and 18 of his associates on Aug. 14, 2023, with alleged attempts to subvert the 2020 election results, is facing complexities that may delay the trial past the 2024 election. While many problems are procedural in nature, legal experts interviewed by the Washington Examiner say the merits of the case may also present problems for Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.

Former President Donald Trump arrives at Manhattan criminal court in New York, on Friday, Friday, May 10, 2024. (Jeenah Moon/Pool Photo via AP)

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