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Georgia Prosecutors Reject Plea Agreements for Trump and Giuliani

In Fulton County, Georgia, the district attorney’s office has decided not to pursue plea agreements for Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, and Mark Meadows. This decision, reported by The Guardian, indicates a preference for taking these individuals to trial. District Attorney Fani Willis is, however, open to plea deals with other co-defendants, using their testimony to build a case against what is viewed as the primary actors in an alleged scheme to disrupt the 2020 election results in Georgia.

The charges involve Trump and 18 others in an alleged plan to unlawfully maintain Trump’s presidency despite his loss to Democrat Joe Biden. Giuliani served as Trump’s lawyer, and Meadows was his chief of staff during this period.

The Guardian notes that the refusal to offer plea deals to Trump, Giuliani, and Meadows has not been officially announced. Reacting to these developments, Trump’s attorney, Steve Sadow, dismissed the idea of any plea deal, demanding a dismissal and an apology instead. He ridiculed the notion of the district attorney’s office offering deals to Trump.

Meadows’ legal team did not provide a statement for the report. However, Giuliani’s adviser, Ted Goodman, criticized the leak of this information as unethical, claiming the case as baseless and politically motivated. Goodman accused District Attorney Willis of misusing the justice system for political ends, particularly to hinder Trump’s political aspirations.

Among the 18 co-defendants linked to Trump, four have already agreed to plea deals. These include former Trump attorneys Sidney Powell, Jenna Ellis, and Kenneth Chesebro, along with local bail bondsman Scott Hall.

DA Willis has proposed starting the trial on August 5, 2024, pushing forward with the legal proceedings against these high-profile figures.