Trump Criminal Election Interference Case To Begin March 4, 2024 

The Honorable Judge Tanya Chutkan

The federal judge presiding over Donald Trump’s criminal election interference case shut down a bid by the former president to set his trial more than two-and-a-half years away.

“This case is not going to trial in 2026,” Judge Tanya Chutkan said in a hearing Monday morning in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., NBC News reported.

But the judge also said that she would reject a proposal by federal prosecutors to bring the case to trial in less than five months on January 2.


Judge Tanya Chutkan says of Trump trial date: “Setting a trial date does not depend and should not depend on a defendant’s personal and professional obligations…Mr. Trump, like any defendant will have to make the trial date work, regardless of his schedule.”

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