BREAKING: There was a verdict in the second E. Jean Carroll defamation case on Jan. 25. A New York jury ordered former President Donald Trump to pay an additional $83.3 million to the writer for damaging her reputation with defamatory comments after she accused him of sexual assault. Trump said he plans to appeal. For Donald Trump, the typical politicking that goes along with his reelection bid will overlap with his ongoing – and packed – court calendar. Before Trump, no former U.S. president had ever been indicted. He’s charged with 91 felony counts across four criminal cases, as well as implicated in a pair of civil suits that could result in huge financial hits. WATCH: What happened in the courtroom during closing arguments in Trump’s civil fraud trial Trump has pleaded not guilty or denied wrongdoing in each of these cases, and his legal team has sought to dismiss, discredit or delay upcoming trials, including the case about 2020 election interference, which it hoped to move after Election Day. Those attempts by his lawyers include a bid to say Trump should be immune from prosecution because his actions or comments were part of his “official duties” when he was president. Here’s a guide to all the key hearings, trials and dates for each state and federal case that Trump will face this year. E. Jean Carroll’s 2nd defamation case Jan 25, 2024; New York, NY, USA; E. Jean Carroll arrives at the Daniel Patrick Moynihan United States Courthouse in New York E. Jean Carroll arrives at a courthouse in New York City on Jan. 25 for the defamation lawsuit against former President Donald Trump. Photo by Seth Harrison/USA Today What’s the case about? On Jan. 26, a New York jury decided the former president owes writer E. Jean […]

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