Lawyers for Trump and his co-defendants presented closing arguments in their bid to halt the case on Friday.
With salacious testimony finished, a judge will hear arguments over whether to remove Willis from the prosecution over a romantic relationship.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ romance with a top prosecutor in the case has come under intense scrutiny.
A former law partner of Fulton County special prosecutor Nathan Wade was pressed for details about a romantic relationship that has roiled the 2020 Georgia election case.
Some Black folks weren't happy with the Fulton County district attorney's bold Black unapologetic brashness.
John Floyd III testified about the many threats of violence directed toward his daughter, the Fulton County district attorney.
"It’s highly offensive when someone lies and says you slept with someone the first day you met them, and I take exception," she said.
Willis is accused of having an “improper, clandestine personal relationship” with special prosecutor Nathan Wade.
Willis' removal would be a stunning development in the most sprawling of the four criminal cases against the former president.
Judge Scott McAfee will hold a hearing Thursday on allegations of misconduct. The former president is reportedly planning to attend.