Trump Will Not Seek To Move Geor­gia Elec­tion Case To Fed­er­al Court

Trump Will Not Seek To Move Georgia Election Case To Federal Court

For­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump decid­ed against seek­ing to move his Ful­ton Coun­ty, Geor­gia, elec­tion case to a fed­er­al court, his lawyers said in a court fil­ing Thurs­day.
Trump attor­neys Steve Sad­ow and Jen­nifer Lit­tle filed a two-page notice with the Ful­ton Supe­ri­or Court, say­ing the for­mer pres­i­dent has decid­ed he won’t try to move the case out of the heav­i­ly Demo­c­ra­t­ic juris­dic­tion, The Atlanta Jour­nal-Con­sti­tu­tion report­ed. 
“Pres­i­dent Trump now noti­fies the Court that he will NOT be seek­ing to remove his case to fed­er­al court,” the notice said. “This deci­sion is based on his well-found­ed con­fi­dence that this Hon­or­able Court intends to ful­ly and com­plete­ly pro­tect his con­sti­tu­tion­al right to a fair tri­al and guar­an­tee him due process of law through­out the pros­e­cu­tion of his case in the Supe­ri­or Court of Ful­ton Coun­ty, Geor­gia.” 
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