Donald Trump and his lawyers may be the busiest people in the country next year. The former president faces criminal trials in four different cities — Washington, DC, New York, Atlanta and Ft. Pierce, Florida — as well as an active campaign schedule. Even putting the campaign aside, Trump would have an extraordinarily packed year. Judge Tanya Chutkan set the federal election subversion trial for March 4, the day before Super Tuesday.
Just three weeks later, however, a New York judge has set a trial date of March 25 for the criminal case against Trump surrounding the hush money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels. And in Florida, the trial on charges that Trump mishandled classified documents after leaving office has been set for May 2024, with a pretrial hearing on May 14 and a trial on May 20.
Read the full article. And we still don’t have a date for the Georgia trial. The chart below includes Trump’s civil cases.