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Latest Updates on Trump-Related Investigations

As former President Donald Trump pursues his 2024 campaign, he faces a multitude of legal challenges from ongoing investigations and the possibility of a fourth indictment looming on the horizon. Here are the recent developments.

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Georgia Investigation

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is expected to present more than a dozen indictments before a grand jury next week.

The investigation focuses on Trump and his allies’ efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia.

The charges are likely to include conspiracy and racketeering, allowing for a case against multiple defendants.

Washington, DC Trial

Federal prosecutors are proposing a trial start date of January 2, 2024, for the criminal case against Trump related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

The trial is part of the special counsel’s case.

Trump’s lawyers still need to provide their proposed date, and the judge is expected to decide on the trial date by the end of the month.

Evidence Complexity

Special Counsel Jack Smith’s office indicated that evidence in the 2020 election subversion case against Trump might involve a “small amount” of classified information.

This adds complexity to the pre-trial process and could potentially impact the trial schedule.

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Abundant Trial Schedule

Trump’s trial schedule is packed with legal challenges:

  • October 2023: New York attorney general’s civil case alleging fraud
  • January 2024: Defamation case from columnist E. Jean Carroll
  •  March 2024: Manhattan DA’s criminal case from the hush money scheme
  • May 2024: Federal criminal case related to classified documents at Mar-a-Lago

Georgia Governor’s Critique

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp criticized Trump’s decision not to sign the Republican National Committee’s loyalty pledge.

Kemp emphasized that candidates should commit to supporting the eventual nominee for the sake of the country’s future.

Overall, Trump’s legal battles continue to intensify as he faces investigations and potential indictments in multiple jurisdictions across the country.

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