Former President Trump’s upcoming arraignment in the Georgia election case could be the biggest public spectacle yet in his web of legal challenges. The 2024 GOP frontrunner is facing his fourth indictment in four months, but this time around he’s expected to have a mugshot taken, and it could be the only trial in which court proceedings are televised.
State law requires cameras be allowed — with a judge’s approval — during judicial proceedings as a means of transparency. The judge would have to be given a compelling reason to bar cameras. Proceedings in Trump’s three other cases have been closed to the public as federal and New York courts are averse to televising criminal proceedings.
Read the full article. Laura Loomer’s rally started at 10AM and at this writing the number of reporters and police milling around appears to equal the number of cultists. Trump promoted the rally last night on Truth Social.
Tons of media and Trump supporters are piling into the area outside of the #FultonCountyJail. I’m on the ground reporting LIVE today for @LFATVUS! Be sure you are following them and tune into our livestream tonight when President Trump arrives in Georgia.
Police are already… pic.twitter.com/zN8164UhaG
— Laura Loomer (@LauraLoomer) August 24, 2023
Donald Trump is set to surrender at a Georgia jail this afternoon, one week after he was indicted on Georgia state RICO charges over his efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
— Reuters Legal (@ReutersLegal) August 24, 2023