Former President Donald Trump heads to Miami to be formally arraigned Tuesday after a federal grand jury indicted him on 37 counts, stemming from his alleged handling of more than 300 classified documents that were found in his primary residence in Florida.
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Trump’s appearance at the Wilkie D. Ferguson U.S. Courthouse will mark his second appearance as a criminal defendant in three months. He was arraigned on April 4 in a New York courthouse on charges of falsifying business records related to hush money payments.
Aileen Cannon, a U.S. district judge appointed by Trump to the federal bench, will oversee the case: guiding how quickly it moves to trial, the selection of jurors and what evidence can be presented to the jury. Magistrate Judge John Goodman will oversee the arraignment.
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