“A federal judge on Friday rejected a request from former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to move his election interference case to U.S. District Court in Atlanta,” the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.
“In a 49-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Steve Jones said Meadows did not meet the burden for demonstrating the case should be removed. He remanded the case back to Fulton Superior Court.”
“Meadows’ legal team is expected to appeal the decision to the federal appeals court in Atlanta and, if necessary, the U.S. Supreme Court.”
Washington Post: “Jones’s decision is also not good news for four other co-defendants who have sought to move their cases to federal court.”Save to Favorites