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    How they could stop Trump and what will hpen next

    The former president must turn himself in to the authorities of Fulton County (Georgia) before noon on August 25, as reported by the district attorney.

    The ex-president donald trump He has until noon on August 25 at the latest to voluntarily surrender to authorities in Fulton County, Georgia, District Attorney Fani Willis reported Monday.

    The script Atlanta officials will follow for his arrest and booking is likely to deviate from standard operating procedure, just as it did when Trump was arrested on other charges in New York in April.

    Barriers and media line the street in between the Lewis R. Slaton Courthouse and Fulton County Government center after a Grand Jury brought back indictments against former US President Donald Trump and 18 of his allies in their attempt to overturn the state’s 2020 election results, in Atlanta , Georgia, US August 15, 2023. REUTERS/Cheney Orr

    In New York, prosecutors contacted a Trump attorney on the evening of March 30 “to coordinate his delivery to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office for arraignment,” according to a Twitter message from District Attorney Alvin Bragg. .

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    The move is not surprising, as suspects in cases of White glove they usually have the opportunity to surrender.

    A few days later, Trump was fingerprinted and escorted through a Manhattan courthouse after turning himself in to prosecutors’ investigators.

    But he was also allowed to give up certain procedural indignitiessuch as being handcuffed and having a transfer photo taken.

    It is likely that some of these facilities were agreed upon in pre-arrest talks that the Secret Service maintained with his counterparts in the New York Police Department.

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    In Georgia, the Secret Service and the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department, responsible for Atlanta’s main prison system as well as courtroom security, are likely to conduct a similar coordination.

    In the months leading up to Trump’s arrest, sheriff’s department officials declined to discuss logistical details, though the Fulton County sheriff has said Trump will not receive no special treatment.

    The department’s website notes that most people arrested in Fulton County are taken to the main jail on Rice Street, just northwest of downtown Atlanta and near Bankhead, a working-class neighborhood rich in local tradition. of hip hop.

    In prison, detainees usually undergo a medical examination, are fingerprinted, checked for outstanding warrants, and have their mugshots taken.

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    “All detainees who are not released on bail must pear before a judge within 24 hours of their arrest,” the website says.

    Richard Fausset is a correspondent in Atlanta. He writes primarily about the American South, focusing on politics, culture, race, poverty, and criminal justice. He previously worked at the Los Angeles Times, among other things as a foreign correspondent in Mexico City.

    Danny Hakim is an investigative journalist. He has been an economic correspondent in Europe and a bureau chief in Albany and Detroit. He was also one of the lead reporters for the 2009 Pulitzer Prize-winning breaking news team.

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