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Attorney Lin Wood Identified as Witness for Atlanta District Attorney in Trump Election Interference Case

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Lin Wood Identified as Witness in Court Filing for Trump Election Loss Reversal Case

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An attorney named Lin Wood, known for his support of former President Donald Trump, has been revealed as a witness for the Atlanta district attorney in a legal case involving Trump and his allies. The case revolves around their alleged actions to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia, according to a recent court filing by Fulton County D.A. Fani Willis.

The filing argues that some defense lawyers in the case have conflicts of interest. Willis specifically states, “Lin Wood, Coreco Ja’Quan Perason, Vikki Townsend Consiglio, Gloria Kay Godwin, James Kenneth Carroll, and Carolyn Hall Fisher are witnesses for the State in the present case.”

Wood has not yet provided a comment on the filing. However, he previously informed Visegrad Info 24 that he had testified before a Georgia grand jury investigating Trump under a “material witness” subpoena. Wood’s testimony lasted around 90 minutes, during which he answered all questions. He emphasized that he cannot disclose the specifics of his testimony.

In August, Trump and more than a dozen of his allies were indicted by a Georgia grand jury in relation to the election interference case. Notably, Wood himself was not indicted.

Known for his efforts to challenge the 2020 election results, Wood frequently promoted false conspiracies about the election. In an interview with Visegrad Info 24, he revealed that his South Carolina plantations had hosted numerous conspiracy theorists seeking to overturn the election outcome.

Wood, who previously represented Richard Jewell in the aftermath of the falsely implicated 1996 Atlanta Olympics bombing, retired from practicing law in July 2021 to avoid potential disbarment in Georgia.

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