Four major criminal charges have been brought against former President Donald Trump. In addition, a number of civil and financial disputes are ongoing.
Donald Trump was indicted in early August for attempting to overturn the results of the presidential election. The federal indictment is considered the heaviest among the ongoing legal proceedings, which are the four charges related to the storming of the Capitol building in January 2021. The investigation is led by Special Prosecutor Jack Smith, who proposed that the trial begin on January 2.
Trump was indicted last June on 37 counts primarily related to the former president’s handling of classified and sensitive government documents stored at his Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida after his time in the White House. This investigation is also federal and is being led by Jack Smith. The trial is scheduled to take place in May next year, just six months before the presidential elections that Trump wants to run.
Accounting crimes in New York
The indictment, filed in March, includes 34 counts against Donald Trump, who is accused of, among other things, soliciting payments to people who threatened to release sensitive information about him in connection with the 2016 presidential campaign. The trial in the state case is scheduled for March 2024. .
State of Georgia
The indictment, which includes several individuals, including Donald Trump, relates to attempts to overturn the election results in Georgia by, among other things, spreading rumors and false voters. In the middle is a phone call Trump made to the state’s election commissioner, Brad Raffensperger, in which the then-president asked him to “find the 11,780 votes” needed to defeat Joe Biden there.
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