(Reuters) – Former U.S. President Donald Trump faces a tangled calendar in the year ahead as he seeks the 2024 Republican nomination while trying to fend off four criminal and three civil trials, some related to his attempts to overturn his 2020 loss. Here are key dates in Trump’s legal and political schedule: SEPT. 27, […]
Factbox-Key dates on Trump’s overlapping legal and political calendars
(Reuters) – Former U.S. President Donald Trump faces a tangled calendar in the year ahead as he seeks the 2024 Republican nomination while trying to fend off four criminal and three civil trials, some related to his attempts to overturn his 2020 loss.
Here are key dates in Trump’s legal and political schedule:
SEPT. 27, 2023
Second debate for Republican candidates, with at least six expected to participate. Trump has said he will not attend.
OCT. 2, 2023
Start of a state civil trial in Manhattan, in which New York Attorney General Letitia James is seeking at least $250 million from Trump, his business and his adult sons on charges of lying about the value of his assets to get better terms from lenders and insurers. James is also seeking to stop the Trumps from running businesses in New York state. Trump is seeking to dismiss the case before it gets to trial.
OCT. 23, 2023
Trial date for two of Trump’s co-defendants in a Georgia racketeering case, lawyers Sidney Powell and Kenneth Chesebro. A trial date has not yet been set for Trump and the 16 others charged in the case. Prosecutors say the trial could take at least four months.
Third debate for Republican presidential candidates. The exact date has not yet been announced.
JAN. 15, 2024
Start of a federal civil trial in Manhattan, in which jurors will decide how much Trump will have to pay for defaming writer E. Jean Carroll. The judge has already found Trump liable for defaming her by denying that he raped the former magazine columnist. Carroll is seeking $10 million in damages. Trump is seeking to get the case dismissed.
Carroll has already won $5 million from Trump for defamation and sexual assault in a separate civil case. Trump is appealing that verdict.
JAN. 15, 2024
The state-by-state Republican nominating contest begins with caucuses in Iowa. New Hampshire is expected to hold the first primary election shortly after, though a date has not been set.
JAN. 29, 2024
Federal civil class-action trial starts in Manhattan, accusing Trump and his company of participating in an illegal pyramid scheme.
FEB. 8, 2024
Nevada Republican presidential caucuses.
FEB. 24, 2024
South Carolina Republican presidential primary.
MARCH 4, 2024
Trial starts in a federal criminal case in Washington that charges Trump with illegally trying to reverse his 2020 election loss.
MARCH 5, 2024
“Super Tuesday,” in which 15 Republican state presidential primaries and caucuses are scheduled to take place. This event often whittles down the field to a handful of candidates.
MARCH 25, 2024
Scheduled start of a New York state criminal trial, in which Trump is accused of falsifying business records to cover up a hush-money payment to a porn star before the 2016 presidential election. This date may change if it conflicts with the federal case in Washington.
MAY 20, 2024
Scheduled start of a federal criminal trial in Miami, in which Trump is charged with unlawfully keeping classified government documents after leaving office and lying to officials who sought to recover them.
JUNE 4, 2024
The final Republican presidential primaries are scheduled to take place in five states. Some states have not yet set their primary or caucus dates.
JULY 15-18, 2024
Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, where the party formally chooses its candidate.
NOV. 5, 2024
(Reporting by Andy Sullivan)