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Trump Gets 4 Years Jail Time?

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Analysis by legal experts suggests that if former President Donald Trump is found guilty in the Stormy Daniels hush money case, he could face a sentence ranging from one to four years in prison. Norm Eisen, an attorney and former ambassador, along with his team at the Just Security think tank, conducted an extensive review of similar cases to arrive at this estimation.

The charges against Trump stem from allegations that he paid off two women, Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal, prior to the 2016 presidential election to conceal his extramarital affairs with them. Additionally, Trump is accused of making payments to a former Trump Tower doorman who claimed knowledge of another affair resulting in a child.

Trump vehemently denies these allegations, characterizing them as part of a political agenda aimed at undermining his presidential aspirations. Nevertheless, he faces 34 felony charges in connection with the case.

Eisen outlined that the trial, slated to commence on March 25 in New York, is anticipated to conclude by the end of April. Should Trump be convicted, sentencing is expected during the summer or possibly early fall, with potential incarceration commencing in the fall, coinciding with the lead-up to the November presidential election.

Factors such as Trump’s demeanor and demonstration of remorse, or lack thereof, will likely influence the sentencing decision. Eisen suggested that Trump’s apparent lack of contrition makes him susceptible to a sentence falling within the previously mentioned range.

In the event of a conviction, Trump’s legal team is likely to pursue appeals, extending the legal process possibly into 2025. Eisen’s involvement in Trump’s impeachment proceedings in 2019-2020, stemming from alleged misconduct regarding Ukraine, underscores his familiarity with legal battles involving the former president.

Key testimony from Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, is expected, detailing payments made to Daniels and McDougal to avert scandal during Trump’s presidential campaign. These payments allegedly involved reimbursement by The Trump Organization, Trump’s real estate parent company.

The Stormy Daniels case represents the first criminal prosecution against Trump, with Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg filing charges in March 2023. This trial takes precedence over the postponed federal interference trial set to begin on March 4 in Washington, D.C.