The one big thing about Trump’s Georgia arraignment that could be different
There’s at least one thing that’s been the same across the three Trump arraignments so far: The public hasn’t had live visibility into what’s transpired.
That’s largely because both federal courts and New York state court — where these arraignments have happened — have strict policies limiting television cameras inside the courthouse, so most of the information is conveyed via written reporting, sketches, and in some cases photographs.
This could all change in the Georgia case, however, since the state’s policy is very different. (Counties, states, and the federal system are all able...