The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports:
Lawyers for former President Donald Trump declared late Thursday that they will appeal a judge’s ruling that shot down their bid to gut Fulton County District Fani Willis’s prosecution of alleged criminal interference in Georgia’s 2020 presidential election.
They will challenge an order issued earlier this week by Fulton Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney, who said Trump did not have have sufficient legal standing to mount such a challenge before indictments are announced.
In a strongly worded decision, McBurney dismissed claims that Trump would be unduly harmed by the case going forward, calling any asserted injuries “either insufficient or else speculative and unrealized.”
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