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How a Trump arrest would play out

Hello, Insiders. This is Jennifer H. Cunningham, editor in chief of the news division. Our newsroom has been all over the breaking news that a grand jury voted to indict former President Donald Trump. We’re covering reactions from key players — including Trump himself — and we’re looking at what happens next in the criminal case. Be sure to stay up to date on the latest news with our live blog.

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What’s next?

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Now that Trump has been indicted, he’ll be treated like any defendant, but with key exceptions.

While it’s likely that he will be fingerprinted, swabbed for the state DNA database, and photographed for his mugshot, you shouldn’t expect to see him “perp walked” before the cameras in handcuffs.

Insider spoke with some of Manhattan’s top defense lawyers, former high-ranking prosecutors, and a retired Secret Service special agent to break down how his arrest and arraignment might play out.


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This edition was curated by Jennifer H. Cunningham, and edited by Hallam Bullock, Lisa Ryan, Dave Smith, and Jack Robert Stacey. Get in touch:

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