Atlanta Grand Jurors Who Will Consider Trump Charges to be Selected Tuesday

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“Fellas, I need 11,000 votes. Give me a break.”

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. — Fulton County Superior Court Grand Jury selection will begin Tuesday as Georgia’s case surrounding former President Donald Trump moves into its next phase. The next grand juries could indict Trump for criminally interfering in Georgia’s 2020 election.

The two grand juries will hear several Fulton County cases, but District Attorney Fani Willis recently said that she plans to present evidence against Trump and his allies during the fourth term of Fulton County’s Superior Court, which runs from July 11 to Sept. 1.

District Attorney Fani Willis previously said July 17 (next Monday) is the earliest a Fulton County grand jury could hear evidence related to the Trump investigation.


The selection of two Fulton County grand juries will be made Tuesday, with one of the panels expected to decide whether to hand up an indictment for alleged criminal interference in the 2020 presidential election.

One set of jurors is likely to be asked to bring formal charges against former President Donald Trump and other well-known political and legal figures. In a letter to county officials almost two months ago, District Attorney Fani Willis indicated the indictment could be obtained at some point between July 31 and Aug. 18.

Willis began her investigation shortly after hearing the leaked Jan. 2, 2021, phone call in which Trump asked Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to “find” the 11,780 votes he needed to defeat Joe Biden in Georgia. She later convened a special purpose grand jury which examined evidence and heard testimony over an almost eight-month period. Its final report, only part of which has been made public, recommended multiple people be indicted for alleged crimes.


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