The Hill reports:
Prosecutors in Georgia said Wednesday they plan to call at least 150 witnesses in the sweeping election interference case that charges former President Trump and 18 others with racketeering and other offenses.
“A trial of these 19 co-defendants will take four months, and that does not include jury selection,” Wade said. “And it’s also predicated upon whether or not, of course, the defendants elect to testify or not. But four months is our time estimate.”
Wade’s comments came during a hearing in Fulton County in which prosecutors began battling with lawyers for two co-defendants — Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell — who are hoping to sever their cases from each other and the other charged individuals.
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