Your questions answered: The six things people want to know about Donald Trump’s conviction

Your questions answered: The six things people want to know about Donald Trump’s conviction


Questions are being raised about the logistics of now-convicted felon former President Donald Trump’s political future. 

Thursday, Trump became the first former president to be convicted in a criminal trial after 12 jurors found him guilty of falsifying business records. The jury deliberated for over 11 hours before unanimously reaching their verdict.

Here are your questions answered.

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What crime did Trump commit?

Trump was found guilty of 34 felony counts of falsifying business records. 

The business records were labeled as legal expenses when, in fact, they were hush money payments were made to his lawyer Michael Cohen to reimburse him for a payment he made to porn star Stormy Daniels. 

The prosecution’s case centered on allegations that Trump made illegal payments to silence women who

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