Where the rest of Trump’s cas­es stand after guilty ver­dict

Where the rest of Trump’s cases stand after guilty verdict

A Man­hat­tan jury con­vict­ed for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump of 34 felony counts of fal­si­fy­ing busi­ness records Thurs­day, mak­ing him a con­vict­ed felon.
Trump is expect­ed to appeal the deci­sion but is also still fac­ing three oth­er major crim­i­nal cas­es: The fed­er­al elec­tion inter­fer­ence case, the clas­si­fied doc­u­ments case, and the Geor­gia elec­tion inter­fer­ence case.
Here’s where those cas­es stand as Trump awaits his July 11 sen­tenc­ing in the Man­hat­tan hush mon­ey case.
Fed­er­al elec­tion inter­fer­ence case: Supreme Court argu­ments
Alle­ga­tions that Trump inter­fered with the 2020 elec­tion coa­lesced into charges brought by spe­cial coun­sel Jack Smith as he was indict­ed in August 2023.
A tri­al date hasn’t been set after an ini­tial March 4 tri­al was called off. The Supreme Court heard argu­ments over Trump’s claims of absolute …