Four questions soon to be answered in Georgia’s probe against Trump

Source: Washington Post
by Jennifer Rubin

“Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney of Fulton County, Ga., on Monday dissolved the special grand jury investigating whether the former president and his cronies committed crimes while pressuring state officials to overturn the state’s 2020 election results. The special grand jury will soon issue a report with its recommendations for indictments. It will then be up to District Attorney Fani Willis to decide whether to present a case against Trump and others to a regular grand jury. Should she do so, the grand jury will likely issue charges. All of this could take place by the end of the month. Willis has broadly hinted that she is going after Trump. Indeed, after six months of investigation and numerous court challenges against the inquiry, it would be shocking for her to conclude, ‘Nothing here.’ Here are four questions going forward …” (01/10/23)