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Trump’s Georgia attorney argues he shouldn’t be tried until 2029 if he wins the election

Posted on AllSides December 1st, 2023
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Steve Sadow, who is representing former President Donald Trump in the Fulton County, Georgia election interference case, is not only arguing that his client's case should be dropped due to First Amendment issues, but that prosecutors should hold off on trial proceedings until the end of the decade should Trump be elected to a second term.

According to ABC News, Sadow made the argument that forcing his client to appear in court while running a campaign for the White House constituted "election interference" and that the free speech clause in...

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