April 3, 2023
Former President Donald Trump’s list of legal woes could get more complicated following his indictment by a New York grand jury on Thursday.
Trump is the first ex-president to ever be charged with a crime after an investigation into a hush-money payment made to the adult-film actress Stormy Daniels. Trump is expected to voluntarily turn himself in on Tuesday in New York for his arraignment.
Although the charges have not yet been made public, ex-Manhattan prosecutors say that Trump risks felony-level state records-fraud charges that carry punishments of up to four years in prison. The chances of him going to prison, however, are slim to none.