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    Donald Trump’s arraignment will be broadcast in the style of a reality show from a court in Georgia

    Scott McAfee, Fulton County, Georgia Superior Court Judge, granted that cameras be allowed in the courtroom for the arraignment of those accused for having tried to interfere in the results of the presidential elections held in Georgia, in 2020.

    This way, For the first time, one of Donald Trump’s criminal trials will be broadcast on several television networks.

    The magistrate accepted the request of four television stations premises to mount cameras and other devices in court until September 8.

    However, McAfee’s order does not indicate whether cameras will be allowed during a trial or in any subsequent proceeding related to the trial.

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    It should be noted that last week, Fani Willis, the Fulton County District Attorney, indicted former President Donald Trump along with 18 accomplices for their alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 election results.

    In this sense, those involved were given until Friday as the deadline for them to turn themselves inalthough his process would take place in the Fulton County Jail, this outside of any arraignment.

    The indictment against Trump involves 13 counts, including violating state extortion law, soliciting a public official to violate his oath, conspiring to impersonate a public official, conspiring to commit forgery in the first degree, and conspiring to produce false documents.

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    In this sense, the former president claimed to be innocent and part of a witch hunt with the aim of getting him out of the electoral contest as he is leading the polls towards the Republican primaries.

    He had even announced to offer a press conference where he would present some evidence about what he qualifies as fraud in the electoral contest.

    However, as the deadline for delivery approaches, his speech has been changing and the most recent thing that is known is his possible delivery to the authorities this Thursday.

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    To avoid being held in jail while a trial is taking place, The New York millionaire would agree to pay a $200,000 bail.

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    Source: La Opinion

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