Former President Donald Trump will not attempt to transfer his criminal charges to federal court, as disclosed by his lawyers in a recent court filing 

Contrary to expectations, Trump has decided not to seek immunity protections for federal officials in the Georgia case 

Trump's legal team had initially hinted at the possibility of moving the case to federal court but ultimately abandoned the idea 

The deadline for Trump to make the formal request for a transfer has passed 

Trump's decision is based on his confidence in the Superior Court of Fulton County, Georgia, to protect his constitutional rights and ensure due process 

Previously, Trump's former White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, had also attempted to move the case to federal court, but his bid was rejected 

Meadows is currently appealing the federal court's decision regarding the case transfer 

Several other defendants in the case have also expressed a desire to move their cases from state to federal court 

Trump's attorney, Steven Sadow, attended federal court hearings where co-defendants argued for case transfers, but the judge expressed skepticism about their arguments 

Trump's decision not to pursue a federal court transfer marks a significant development in his ongoing legal proceedings in Fulton County, Georgia