Former DeKalb DA Gwen Keyes’ legal analysis of special hearing for elections interference case

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis testifies during a hearing on the Georgia election interference case, Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024, in Atlanta. (Alyssa Pointer/Pool Photo via AP)

Following a two-day evidentiary hearing, Judge Scott F. McAfee has yet to rule on whether Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis can remain as the chief prosecuting officer on the Georgia 2020 election interference case involving Donald Trump and his allies.

Former DeKalb County District Attorney Gwen Keyes, who has no affiliation with the case, breaks down what the defendants were trying to prove, what the prosecution countered with, and whether there is sufficient evidence to remove Willis from the case.