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Matthew Whitaker tells Newsmax that Dual Court Trial is Unsuitable for Conspiracy Case

Former President Donald Trump’s former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, has filed a motion to transfer his Georgia criminal case to federal court. Other co-defendants have also made the same request. Former acting U.S. attorney general Matthew Whitaker believes Meadows’ case has a strong argument for removal to federal court, where they may get a better judge and a broader jury pool. Whitaker also suggests that these cases may eventually reach the U.S. Supreme Court due to their novel legal theories. The legal pursuit of defendant attorneys like Rudy Giuliani and John Eastman is raising questions about client defense in the U.S. and its implications for legal representation. A Georgia judge has granted permission for a speedy trial for one of the defendants, but Whitaker believes the cases will likely be pushed and delayed due to their volume. The trial of Trump’s election interference case in Georgia is set to be broadcast live on YouTube, which Whitaker questions as not being the best way for Americans to observe the trial. He believes the case is speculative and weak in terms of evidence.

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