Former president Donald Trump is on the verge of getting into worse trouble. Media Take Out learned that the tough as nails Atlanta Prosecutor Fani Willis is planning to reveal charges against the former prez THIS WEEK.
Fulton County prosecutor Fani Willis has reportedly told high-ranking county officials that much of her staff would work remotely in the first half of August and requested that county judges not hear trials during part of that period.
While the letter makes no outright mention of former President Donald Trump, it is fueling speculation that August is when a Fulton County grand jury will reveal if Trump and his allies will be charged as part of the 2020 Georgia election investigation.
In a letter sent to Fulton County Superior Court Chief Judge Ural Glanville, Willis said that roughly 70% of her staff would work remotely on July 31, Aug. 1, Aug. 7, Aug. 8, Aug. 10, Aug. 11, Aug. 14, Aug. 15, Aug. 17, and Aug. 18.
Fani also requested that judges not schedule trials or in-person hearings from Aug. 7 to Aug. 14. If hearings take place during that week, members of Willis’ senior leadership will handle the proceedings.
“Note that during this period my leadership team, all armed investigators, my Case Intake Division, and personnel at the Juvenile Court building will be working every day, including the scheduled partial remote workdays,” Willis wrote. “During this three-week period, on days other than those listed above, all members of my staff will be present as usual.”
The Fulton County District Attorney’s Office declined to comment why these changes are being made.
But Fani, who has charged multiple rappers with conspiracy, previously told local media that July 17 is the earliest a Fulton County grand jury could hear evidence related to the Trump investigation. In a previous letter to Atlanta law enforcement, Willis said potential indictments of Trump and others would come before Sept. 1.
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