A federal decide set a March 4, 2024 trial date for former U.S. President Donald Trump’s case associated to Jan. 6 and the 2020 election.
Trump’s crew had requested for the trial to start in April 2026, whereas federal prosecutors had requested for it to start on Jan. 2, 2024.
Throughout Monday’s listening to, U.S. District Decide Tanya Chutkan mentioned each proposals had been “clearly very far aside” and that neither had been “acceptable.”
March 4 is a day earlier than Tremendous Tuesday within the Republican major for president.
Trump is accused of working a legal scheme to reverse his 2020 election loss, and faces 4 federal expenses: conspiracy to defraud america, conspiracy to hinder an official continuing, obstruction of and try to hinder an official continuing, and conspiracy in opposition to rights.