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America: Hearing in criminal case against Trump on December 4, will have to appear in person



New York. The next court date in the criminal case against former US President Donald Trump has been set for December 4, at which time Trump will have to appear in person. Trump is the first former US president to be charged with criminal charges. Trump pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of falsifying business records during a Manhattan court appearance on Tuesday. He appeared in court to go to trial in a criminal case related to allegations that an adult film actress was paid money to keep quiet during the 2016 presidential election campaign.

Earlier, he was arrested at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. It is the first time in American history that the former president has been arrested in a criminal case. State Supreme Court Judge Juan M. Marchen will decide expected motions to dismiss the case at a hearing in December, CNN reports. According to this, after the allegations against Trump, prosecutors said they expect to present sufficient evidence within the next 65 days.

The verdict on the petitions will be delivered on December 4.
Trump’s team has until August 8 to file the plea and prosecutors have until September 19 to file a response. Judge Marchen said he would rule on the motions at the next hearing on December 4. Trump’s attorney, Jim Trusty, said he would present a “strong” petition challenging the case. He hoped he would succeed in having the case thrown out. Trump (76) has already announced that he is a candidate for the Republican Party nomination in the 2024 presidential election.

Will plead guilty in a criminal case in court
The Republican (party) caucus meeting in Iowa will be held on February 5, 2024 to begin the party’s primary season. US media quoted Trump’s lawyer as saying the Republican leader, who wants to join the race for the White House in 2024, will plead guilty in a criminal case in court. He is accused of giving money to adult film actress Stormy Daniels.

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