Where Trump cases stand after immunity ruling

Where Trump cases stand after immunity ruling

The Supreme Court‘s ruling one week ago on former President Donald Trump‘s long-awaited claim of presidential immunity from prosecution is already affecting each of his four criminal cases.

Trump was initially slated to be the first former president criminally sentenced this week, but the sentencing date was pushed back to Sept. 18 after the high court ruled on July 1 that former presidents, including Trump, have immunity for official acts they took in office, but not for unofficial or private acts.

Here are the ways this novel immunity test is already prompting more delays in lower court.

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More delays in the Jan. 6 case

Trump is facing four charges stemming from an alleged effort to obstruct the results of the 2020 election in one of

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