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Notable legal clouds that continue to hang over Donald Trump in 2023


Notable legal clouds that continue to hang over Donald Trump in 2023

It's been eight years since he rode down the escalator in Trump Tower and more than two years since the January 6, 2021, insurrection, but the legal drama surrounding Donald Trump has never been more intense.

He pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to 37 federal counts related to the special counsel investigation into mishandling of classified documents. The special counsel is also looking at the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election.

In New York, a hush money payment to an adult film star has resulted in his indictment by a Manhattan grand jury over his alleged role in the scheme - the first time in American history that a current or former president faces criminal charges.

Also in Manhattan, a federal jury found Trump sexually abused former advice columnist E. Jean Carroll in a luxury department store dressing room in the mid-1990s and awarded her about $5 million in the battery and defamation civil case.

In Atlanta, a select grand jury has investigated the efforts by Trump and allies to overturn his election loss in Georgia in 2020.

Trump and his company deny any wrongdoing or criminality in all matters, state and federal, and he has aggressively maintained his innocence.

Here's an updated list of notable investigations, lawsuits and controversies:

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