What happens if Trump wins in 2024 before a conviction?

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There is the potential for an unprecedented legal and constitutional battle next year involving Donald Trump, his trial in Georgia, and the results of the 2024 election, a legal expert has told Newsweek.

Trump was indicted under Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ expansive 2020 election-interference investigation on August 14, along with 18 other defendants. The former president has denied all the accusations against him and accused Willis of election interference with her probe.

Willis has already said that she wants to trial all 19 defendants at the same, each of whom are facing charges under Georgia’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act. Willis has also asked a judge to set a trial date of March 4, 2024.

However, due to the potential mammoth trial involving a former president and 18 other suspects—as well as the delays and arguments that the proceedings are sure to be met with—there is every chance that the Georgia trial will not conclude until after the November 2024 election, or until 2025 at least.

In this timeframe, there is a possible scenario that Trump, the frontrunner in the GOP presidential primary, is convicted of multiple charges having already won the 2024 election.

Read more at Newsweek.com

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