WV AG Morrisey: Moving Pres. Trump’s Trial From DC To West Virginia Would Be ‘Good For Everyone’

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey continues to support a change of venue for 45th President Donald Trump’s federal trial scheduled for March 4, 2024, the day before Super Tuesday, in Washington, DC.

“I think that this would be a highly prejudicial tribunal,” Morrisey told One America News. “I’m very concerned about that.”

As it stands, every single Jan. 6 defendant to receive a jury trial in the nation’s capital has been found guilty. Morrisey says while it is normally traditional to try defendants in the specific area where the alleged crimes were committed, there are exceptions.

“There are instances in our nation’s history and in a number of them where the court has moved the venue in order to assure that there’s going to be fairness in the process,” Morrisey said. “I think that’s all we’re asking to do.”

Read more on One America News.

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