Donald Trump’s Other Legal Woes, Explained

Former President Donald Trump arrives for his arraignment at Manhattan Criminal Court Tuesday in New York City. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

Former President Donald Trump was formally arraigned Tuesday in Manhattan on 34 charges of falsifying business records.

But the case against Trump in New York may be the least of his legal worries: He could soon face serious accusations in Georgia for attempted interference in the 2020 election and in federal court for mishandling classified documents.

Here is where those cases stand.

Classified documents.

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