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Trump attorney seeks dismissal of Georgia election interference case over alleged misconduct

By Mandy Donalds
January 26, 2024

Former President Donald Trump's lawyer has accused the Fulton County, Georgia, district attorney of racial bias and misconduct, seeking dismissal of the election interference case against his client.

Steve Sadow, the lead lawyer for former President Donald Trump in the Georgia election interference case, has accused Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis of misusing her position.

Sadow alleges that Willis is trying to shift attention away from her purported inappropriate conduct by stirring racial tensions against Trump and his associates. This claim followed a legal move to prevent Willis, special prosecutor Nathan Wade, and their office from participating in the high-profile racketeering case, The Hill reported.

Legal maneuvers amidst allegations of misconduct

These allegations surfaced after a statement by Sadow regarding a motion to support co-defendant Michael Roman's request.

This request aims to disqualify Willis, Wade, and their team from the case, arguing for the dismissal of charges against Roman.

Sadow explained:

The motion filed today on behalf of President Trump seeks to hold District Attorney Willis legally accountable both for the misconduct alleged in a motion filed by Mr. Roman as well as her extrajudicial public statements falsely and intentionally injecting race into this case.

The Trump campaign wasted no time broadcasting Sadow's statement, emphasizing the need to address the purported racial bias and improper actions of Willis.

Claims of racial bias and diversion tactics

In a recent church service to honor Martin Luther King Jr., Willis hinted at racial motives behind the scrutiny she and Wade are facing.

She pointed out the unequal treatment of Wade, who is African American, compared to his colleagues in the Trump case.

Willis remarked:

But I’m just asking, God, is it that some will never see a Black man as qualified, no matter his achievements? What more can one achieve? The other two have never been judges, but no one questions their credentials.

Roman's motion, although lacking solid proof of an affair, argues that the alleged personal connection between Willis and Wade critically undermines the indictment's integrity.

Both Wade and Willis have stayed silent on these accusations, though a judge has demanded a written response from Willis by February 2nd.

Financial and personal allegations add to the controversy

Further complicating matters, Trump's motion to align with Roman's efforts brings to light accusations against Wade and Willis. These include an alleged intimate relationship and claims that Wade used official funds for lavish trips with Willis.

Last week's legal documents from Wade's estranged spouse also accuse him of using public money for personal trips with Willis. These claims are supported by bank records indicating flights to various cities in their names.

Since joining the prosecution team, Wade's compensation has surpassed $650,000.

Sadow's statement in the motion emphasized the gravity of these allegations, asserting, "The awesome power to prosecute ought never to be manipulated for personal or political profit."

Seeking judicial intervention and accountability

The attorney is not just accusing Willis and her office of misconduct; he is also urging the court to nullify the indictment and bar Willis and her office from the case.

Yet, legal experts interviewed by The Hill suggested that even if the relationship allegations are true, they might not warrant such severe judicial actions.

Despite these opinions, the legal battle intensifies as the Trump team aggressively pushes for accountability and transparency in the proceedings.

The Fulton County district attorney's office has been asked to comment but has yet to respond.


  • Steve Sadow, Trump's lead attorney, accuses Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis of misconduct and racial bias.
  • Sadow's claims align with co-defendant Michael Roman's motion, seeking to disqualify Willis and her team from the case.
  • Allegations include Willis's attempt to deflect from her purported affair with special prosecutor Nathan Wade and misuse of official funds for personal gains.
  • Legal experts believe that even if the relationship allegations are true, they may not lead to disqualification.
  • The outcome of these legal actions and Willis's forthcoming response will be crucial in determining the case's direction.