The Independent reports:
Mr Trump’s arraignment date has not been set yet. But in a press conference on Monday evening, Ms Willis announced that arrest warrants have been issued for Mr Trump and his 18 co-defendants and gave them a deadline of 25 August at noon to surrender.
Georgia law is unique in that it requires cameras be allowed in judicial proceedings so long as the judge approves it. Mr Trump’s upcoming arraignment is likely to be televised, just as parts of Monday’s indictment were.
In the past, the ex-president did not have a mugshot taken because he is considered a notable person therefore an identifying mugshot was unnecessary. However, Fulton County Sheriff Pat Labat told WSB-TV earlier this month that Mr Trump likely will pose for a mugshot because he will be treated like any other person.
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Willis: The grand jury issued arrest warrants for those who are charged. I am giving the defendants the opportunity to voluntarily surrender no later than noon on Friday the 25th day of August, 2023. pic.twitter.com/4F3JZMLs8y
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