On Monday, Atlanta prosecutors unintentionally disclosed the charges they plan to file against former President Donald Trump in relation to his efforts to overturn the 2020 election result in Georgia.
Fulton County publicly posted the indictment on its website even before the grand jury had finished convening. The document reveals 13 charges against Trump, 12 of which are felonies, and one is listed as a “serious felony.”
The charges include:
Violations of the state Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act
Conspiracy To Commit Forgery in the First Degree
Filing False Documents
Conspiracy To Commit Impersonating a Public Officer
All the charges are related to alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia.
The revealed two-page docket, briefly posted and then removed from the Fulton County court's website, suggests that the 77-year-old could potentially face 13 counts. These charges include violation of Georgia's anti-racketeering law, conspiracy, making false statements, and asking a public official to violate their oath of office.
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