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Breaking Report: Trump to Be Indicted Wednesday – But Here’s When He’ll Appear in Court

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According to a recent source, former President Donald Trump will likely be indicted on Wednesday, but he will not appear in court until the following week.

The indictment is scheduled to be handed out by the grand jury assembled by Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg on Wednesday, according to the Daily Mail.

Although Trump claimed on Saturday that he would be detained on Tuesday, the Daily Mail reported that an unnamed source stated, “There will be no arraignment this week.”

Instead, the District Attorney’s office, Trump, and the Secret Service will discuss the mechanics of “his surrender”

The Mail reported a source as saying, “They had their meeting and discussed a whole bunch of stuff about putting extra lighting out there, how they’re going to put more barriers out there, and send their special response teams in.”

“The NYPD is going to do what they do when the United Nations comes into town, with stepped-up security. But they don’t even think it’s going to happen this week,” the source said.

Depending on a potential witness, the indictment might be postponed, according to a story in the Mail.

“The indictment may happen, but they don’t think Trump comes this week,” the unidentified insider stated.

“I’m told there’s an additional witness who is going to testify on Wednesday, so if there’s an indictment, it’s not going to happen until Wednesday or Thursday, so they think he probably comes next week.”

Trump would have to fly from his home state of Florida to New York City to be arraigned, fingerprinted, and photographed.

Trump is not expected to be placed in a cell or shackled, according to the New York Times, which cites security concerns as the reason for the likelihood of alternative processing processes for Trump. Trump would be freed on his own recognizance after arraignment. A trial would not occur for several months, meaning that Trump might face the allegations while campaigning for the White House next year.

According to a story in The New York Times, an indictment is unlikely to occur before Wednesday afternoon.

More on this story via The Western Journal:

Police have been preparing since last week for the arraignment and a Trump court appearance.

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