What's next in District Attorney Fani Willis case
A judge is expected to decide soon whether to hold a hearing next week into allegations against Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis, who disclosed in a court filing that she was in a relationship with a lawyer she hired to help her with the election interference case against former President Donald Trump.
Here & Now‘s Deepa Fernandes speaks with Barbara McQuade, University of Michigan law professor and former U.S. attorney appointed by former President Barack Obama.
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