What happens if the Georgia trial is ongoing in January 2025?
Holding four trials in four jurisdictions—each one featuring the most famous defendant in the world—may turn out to be a scheduling nightmare.
How this week’s indictment in Georgia fits in with the rest.
Choosing to ignore entire categories of crimes or criminals is a threat to the separation of powers.
The question is fundamentally about trust, the great political lubricant of our society.
The move may cut a meandering path through the law to punish an unpopular former president.
Will the Manhattan district attorney come to regret his investigation of Donald Trump?