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497 views • August 16, 2023

Georgia Election Case Analysis: 'What Is the Actual Crime?' Asks Cornell Law School Professor

NTD News
NTD News
In the Georgia election case, 13 of the 41 charges in the indictment are levied against former President Donald Trump, and allege that Mr. Trump violated Georgia's laws in the wake of the 2020 election. One law involving racketeering conspiracy accuses Mr. Trump of being the leader of a criminal enterprise aiming to overturn the result of the election in the state. Blogger, lawyer, and law-school professor at Cornell University, William Jacobson, joined NTD to provide his analysis of the case.
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