Trump indictments: Key court dates set in Georgia, federal election cases

Critical court dates have been set in two criminal cases in the United States accusing former President Donald Trump of seeking to derail the results of the 2020 election that he lost.
A court docket on Monday showed that Trump’s arraignment on election interference charges in the US state of Georgia will take place on September 6.
Separately, a judge in Washington, DC set March 4, 2024 as the start date for the former president’s criminal trial on federal charges related to his efforts to overturn his 2020 election defeat in a failed bid to keep himself in power.
“The public has a right to a prompt and efficient resolution of this matter,” US District Judge Tanya Chutkan said when setting the federal trial date.
March the fourth is the day before what’s known as ‘Super Tuesday’ and voting in 14 states for the presidential primaries.

Al Jazeera’s Alan Fisher has more from Washington, DC.

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