Former President Donald Trump will have his sky in the court.

His legal woes now dominate the news cycle as federal prosecutors hit the developer with 37 indictments related to the mishandling of classified documents.

News surrounding the latest indictment is still unfolding. Special counsel Jack Smith is expected to make a statement Friday.Trump loudly denies wrongdoing, while Two of his council members resigned After the indictment was unsealed.

Still, it’s just the latest legal drama involving the twice-impeached former president and Republican frontrunner. Here’s a rundown of everything he and his legal team are battling right now.

secret document

The special counsel’s office indicted it and its aide, Walt Nauta, on Thursday for mishandling classified documents, ABC News Report. Trump is alleged to have deliberately kept secret government documents after leaving office. He is also accused of showing them at least twice and obstructing an investigation into how they were handled. All 38 counts are felonies, 31 of which fall under the Espionage Act.

January 6

Smith is also investigating Trump’s actions after the 2020 presidential election that led to the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. A special congressional committee has called for Trump to be charged with inciting or aiding insurrection.

The circumstances of the investigation were unclear, but the special counsel interviewed several key figures of the day, including then-Vice President Mike Pence and then-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.

hush money criminal case

A few months ago, Trump became the first president in U.S. history to face criminal charges, sued in new york Alleged falsification of business records related to hush money payments to Stormy Daniels ahead of the 2016 election.

Trump’s payments violated federal campaign contributions laws, prosecutors said. The 45th president denies wrongdoing but admits to paying back former lawyer Michael Cohen a payment to the porn star.

Trump has pleaded not guilty to 34 counts against him. A trial is scheduled for late March.

New York Civil Litigation

In September, New York Attorney General Letitia James Suing Trump and the Trump Organization For fraud, it is claimed her office has uncovered at least 200 instances of fraudulent asset valuations. Trump and his company allegedly manipulated valuations to get better loans.

The lawsuit seeks $250 million in damages and bars Trump and his three children from operating businesses in the state. A trial in the civil case is scheduled for October.

Georgia election tampering

Four days before the Jan. 6 incident, Trump called Georgia’s secretary of state, asking him to “find” enough votes to overturn his defeat in the state. The call is part of an investigation into election tampering by Fulton County District Attorney Fanny Willis.

Trump’s call and the actions of his allies may violate several state election laws.A fee decision in the case is expected to be made on Sept. 1, it said. Reuters.

sexual abuse, defamation

A federal grand jury recently found former President E. Jean Carroll liable for her sexual abuse and defamation of her, and awarded author E. Jean Carroll $5 million in damages. Immediately after the verdict, Trump mocked the verdict and accused her of lying on televised broadcasts.

Accordingly, Carroll sought to amend a separate lawsuit to seek additional damages.

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