Emily Kohrs’ grand jury ponders ‘nonconsequential’

Emily Kohrs reflects on her grand jury investigation into Donald Trump and others

Emily Kohrs reflects on her grand jury investigation into Donald Trump and others during an interview with NBC. (Image via Screengrab/NBC)

A lawyer who previously worked in the Trump White House does not believe recent comments from a member of the Georgia grand jury tasked with preparing a report on the 45-year-old’s efforts.

Emily Kohrs, the forewoman of the special grand jury empowered by a Peach State district judge to investigate efforts by the former president and his allies to undermine the election following Joe Biden’s victory, recently admitted to a series of interviews detailing the issue various media about what happened behind the scenes.

“I kind of wanted to subpoena the former president because I had to swear everyone in,” Kohrs said in an interview. “And so I thought it would be really cool to get 60 seconds with President Trump where I look at him like, ‘Do you solemnly swear…?’ I just – I just thought it would be a great moment.

Since speaking up, her comment has become a lightning rod for criticism, though she doesn’t list charges or discuss votes.

Attorneys for Trump lawsuit The 30-year-old’s attitude is proof that the whole trial is essentially a farce that lacks credibility. Enemies of the 45th President have complained that her comments could jeopardize efforts to prosecute anyone implicated in the longstanding investigations by the Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, Trump or otherwise.

https://lawandcrime.com/high-profile/former-trump-attorney-says-georgia-grand-jury-foreperson-comments-about-investigation-into-election-subversion-not-consequential/ Emily Kohrs’ grand jury ponders ‘nonconsequential’


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