Former President Donald Trump pleads not guilty in the extensive Fulton County election interference case, as per a recent court document.
Originally, Trump was set for an in-person arraignment the following Wednesday. However, Georgia law permits criminal defendants to forgo their physical appearance and formally submit their plea through court filings.
In addition, Trump has formally requested that his case be separated from his co-defendants, who are pushing for a speedy trial.
Trump’s attorney, Steven Sadow, asserts that he won’t have adequate time to prepare for a trial by October 23, 2023, and insists that enforcing this trial date would violate both the state and federal constitutions’ guarantees of a fair trial and due process of law for President Trump.
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