Fani Willis In Legal Trouble Today If She Doesn’t…

It has been noted that a defendant in the Trump classified documents case has stated that he will give Fulton County, Georgia, District Attorney Fani Willis until April 8 to recuse herself. Otherwise, he will pursue legal action amid allegations that she illegally recorded his lawyer’s phone call via The Epoch Times.



It was last week when Chris Kachouroff, an attorney for defendant Harrison Floyd, alleged in an interview that Ms. Willis recorded a call between her and one of his Maryland-based colleagues without their knowledge or consent.

“She did reach out to us, one of my colleagues in Maryland, and was rude, abrupt with him on the phone, and he was dealing with the Maryland case and I was dealing with the Georgia case, and she ended up recording him,” Mr. Kachouroff said in the interview. He noted that, under Maryland law, “it’s a felony” to record someone without both parties’ consent.

Following the allegations, Mr. Floyd wrote on social media, “I don’t want to put a black woman in jail,” but if Ms. Willis “does not recuse herself from this case by noon on Monday, I may have no other choice than to pursue all lawful remedies. Make Fulton Great Again.”


It has been noted that Ms. Willis has not publicly responded to the allegations, while several local media outlets have stated that her office has not responded to a request for comment.

Maryland is one of 11 states that require two-party consent in order for a phone call or electronic communication to be recorded. It’s worth noting that under Maryland’s Wiretap Act, recording a conversation without consent can be punishable by upward of five years in prison, a fine of up to $10,000, or both.

Georgia is a one-party consent state, meaning that a phone call can be recorded without the other party’s consent.

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