Handcuffs, fingerprints, police photos? This is how it continues for former US President Donald Trump after the indictment.
A New York grand jury has decided to indict Donald Trump (76) in connection with an alleged hush money payment to ex-porn actress Stormy Daniels (44). Trump is the first former US President to be charged with a crime. He has denied any wrongdoing.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s office, Alvin Bragg (49), then said, according to US media reports, that Trump’s lawyer had been contacted. It is obviously about when the politicians and entrepreneurs present themselves. The exact charge should therefore remain “under lock and key”.
Is Trump coming to New York on Tuesday?
The former president is expected to stand up early next week, his attorney, Joe Tacopina, told NBC News. It is speculated that this will happen on Tuesday. The city of New York City has already braced itself against demonstrations, fearing massive riots.
not with Trump being paraded in handcuffs next week. The politician and entrepreneur, who wants to run again in the 2024 presidential election, will probably come to the Manhattan Attorney’s Office with his team at the agreed time.
Fingerprints and Mugshot
According to the report, Trump’s fingerprints are then taken and a police photo taken of him. Then he will appear before a judge for the first time. According to the New York Post, Trump’s lawyers are expected to demand that their client go home. Since there is no risk of flight, the judge will probably agree. It could be months before the process begins, the experts continue.
The case is about Donald Trump’s alleged hush money payments to porn actress Stormy Daniels. Daniels claims he had an affair with Trump, which Trump denies. In the wake of the allegations, his former attorney paid Daniels hush money ahead of the 2016 presidential election. These payments may have violated the Campaign Finance Act, which would constitute a criminal offense.
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