Former President Donald Trump and some of his co-defendants in his election interference case in Georgia had six charges against them dismissed on Wednesday. According to Judge Scott McAfee, the charges brought by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis were not detailed enough.

The judge dismissed counts 2, 5, 6, 23, 28 and 38, all of which covered allegations that Trump and six co-defendants asked Georgia officials to break their oaths of office as the former president tried to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

The dismissal included three of the 13 charges against Trump, which alleged that he solicited then- Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives David Ralston and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in an attempt to get them to break their oaths of office.

The accusation also saw three of the charges against Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani dropped and one of the two counts against former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows dismissed.

One of the nine counts against Trump lawyer John Eastman, one of the ten counts against Georgia attorney Robert Cheeley and three of the 12 counts against Georgia lawyer Ray Smith were also dismissed.

McAfee decided that the prosecutors were not very clear about the legal violations that Trump and his co-defendants are accused of committing.

“As written, these six counts contain all the essential elements of the crimes but fail to allege sufficient detail regarding the nature of their commission, i.e., the underlying felony solicited. They do not give the Defendants enough information to prepare their defenses intelligently, as the Defendants could have violated the Constitutions and thus the statute in dozens, if not hundreds, of distinct ways,” McAfee wrote in his ruling.

“The Court’s concern is less that the State has failed to allege sufficient conduct of the Defendants – in fact it has alleged an abundance. However, the lack of detail concerning an essential legal element is, in the undersigned’s opinion, fatal,” he added.

The other charges against Trump and all his 14 co-defendants remain.

The ruling has been applauded by Trump’s attorney Steve Sadow, who said, “The ruling is a correct application of the law, as the prosecution failed to make specific allegations of any alleged wrongdoing on those counts. The entire prosecution of President Trump is political, constitutes election interference, and should be dismissed.”

The decision comes as pressure grows on Wilis, who is facing allegations of engaging in an improper relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade, an allegation that could get her disqualified from Trump’s case.