Former US President Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty in the Georgia election fraud cases. Trump along with his 19 co-defendants were charged with a conspiracy to overrun the Georgia elections in 2020. After the plea, Trump is expected not to appear before court in person to face charges.
Trails To Be Broadcasted Live
Just recently, the judge who is presiding over Trump’s trials in the Georgia election fraud case, says the proceedings will be streamed live on YouTube. Scott McAfee said , the judge, he is following Robert McBurney who supports open courts as the order is set to expire on 8th of September.
Co-Defendants Not Pleads Guilty
Few days back, three other co-defendants of Trump entered not guilty pleas, including former Trump attorneys Ray Stallings Smith, Sidney Powell, and former celebrity publicist Trevian Kutti. All the 19 co-defendants are charged under the Rico act.