When it comes to the outcome of Giuliani, Donald Trump ought to be “nervous”: Former prosecutor

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Former Prosecutor David Henderson Warns Trump of Georgia Racketeering Trial

  • Former prosecutor David Henderson warns Trump should be “nervous” for his Georgia racketeering trial.
  • Rudy Giuliani’s defamation lawsuit ordered him to pay $148 million to Georgia election workers Ruby Freeman and Wandrea “Shaye” Moss.
  • Giuliani was found liable for falsely claiming election fraud.
  • Giuliani plans to appeal the verdict and criticizes the jury’s order for its “absurdity.”

Trump, the 2024 Republican presidential nominee, has been indicted in four cases, including one from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and another from prosecutors in Georgia. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis leads Georgia’s criminal racketeering case against Trump and 18 others accused of attempting to overturn his 2020 election loss to Joe Biden. Trump has maintained his innocence in all cases.

Giuliani, a former Trump personal lawyer, is co-defendant in the Georgia case where Willis charges him with 13 crimes, including violating the state’s RICO law, soliciting public officials to violate their oaths, conspiring to commit forgery, and making false statements.

Willis has formally proposed August 5, 2024, as the designated trial date for the legal proceedings against Trump.

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During an interview on Sunday, Henderson discussed Giuliani’s defamation case and asserted that the outcome serves as a “preview” of the forthcoming trials in Georgia involving Trump, Giuliani, and other individuals.

“Frankly speaking, this victory is not merely a triumph, but rather one of the most significant victories I have ever come across…”The main concern lies in the anticipation of how the jury in Georgia will perceive them. “Giuliani, former President Trump, and anyone associated with them should be highly apprehensive about this result,” Henderson stated. “That is a remarkable triumph.” The sole aspect you must recognize… it does not compensate for the hardships endured by these two women.

Former U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade revealed that Giuliani will face a significant hurdle in appealing his defamation ruling on MSNBC’s The Katie Phang Show.

The Georgia law requires individuals to post an appeal bond, which can be an obstacle to an appeal, according to McQuade, who served as a U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan from 2010 to 2017 and was appointed by former President Barack Obama.

She went on, “And the idea behind an appeal bond is that while an appeal can be filed in good faith, it can also be filed just to delay the pay day. To avoid the latter, litigants are required to pay an appeal bond in advance, which is usually more than the amount of the judgment, so that it’s there in case the case is overturned.” Rudy Giuliani might not be able to do it at all if he doesn’t get an appeal bond.

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Former prosecutor David Henderson warns Trump should be nervous for his Georgia racketeering trial.

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