Check out our Trump indictment resource


How many times has Trump been indicted to date?
Where are the cases based?
How many charges total for each?
Can he pardon himself?

Trump’s crimes are finally coming home to roost -- but there’s so many of them, it’s getting a little hard to keep track. By this last indictment, it felt like we were playing madlibs. 

That’s why we put together this handy Trump Indictment Resource!

From his charges in New York to the rundown of what’s so important about Georgia, use our handy guide to get a quick foundation of the differences, and important features, of each indictment. Here’s a quick preview:

New York - The Hush Money Case (Falsification of Records)
Number of charges: 34
Bringing the charges: New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg
Federal or State-level charges: State
If reelected, could he pardon himself: No
Trial Date: March 2024
Quick overview: Trump paid hush money to Stormy Daniels through his lawyer Michael Cohen to cover up an affair. The way those payments were handled potentially violated campaign finance law through falsifying records.


Florida - The Classified Documents Case (Obstruction of Justice, Conspiracy to Obstruct, and Violations of the Espionage Act)
Number of charges: 40
Bringing the charges: Department of Justice
Federal or State-level charges: Federal
If reelected, could he pardon himself: Yes
Trial Date: May 2024
Quick overview: Trump took classified files with him when we kicked him out of the Oval Office in 2020. Not only were those files completely unsecured, but he also showed them to visitors potentially putting national security at risk. When asked to return the documents, he continually refused and lied about possessing them..


Washington DC - The Election Subversion and January 6th Case
Number of charges: 4
Bringing the charges: Department of Justice
Federal or State-level charges: Federal
If reelected, could he pardon himself: Yes
Trial Date: January 2024
Quick overview: This is the January 6th case and centers on Trump’s alleged conspiracy to overturn the results of the November 2020 election which led to a deadly riot at the capitol.


Georgia - The RICO Case (Conspiracy to Overturn the Georgia Election Results)
Number of charges: 13
Bringing the charges: Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis
Federal or State-level charges: State
If reelected, could he pardon himself: No
Trial Date: Not yet set
Quick overview: Similar to the DC case, this one is a state-level charge focused specifically on the alleged actions Trump took to overturn the election results in Georgia. The use of RICO charges (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) is notable here as RICO charges are commonly used to prosecute criminal enterprises like the mob to convict the head of an organization.

These cases all have different focuses and scopes but the one thing that ties them all together is the understanding that Donald Trump has avoided accountability for his actions for too long --  and that stops now.  The American people deserve justice, for the sake of our democracy and our future.

While legal scholars are split on whether presidents can pardon themselves, we know from experience that Trump is unbothered by what the law says he can do and he plans to do anyway -- that's why we expect him to at least attempt to pardon himself if he gets the chance.

We need your help to ensure everyone is clear on Trump’s indictments, the clearly disqualifying danger he poses to our country, and how Republicans are still supporting him. Here’s how we do that:

  • Check out our full Trump Indictment Resource here. Go ahead and bookmark this handy guide to what is happening in Trump’s court cases. If you ever get as turned around as we do nowadays (91 charges will do that to you), use this to refer back to for clarity! We will all be talking about these charges a lot through November 2024. And, don’t forget, share it with your friends.
  • If you have a Republican representative, write a letter to the editor (LTE) holding them accountable for standing behind Trump and helping advance his Big Lie. The ACE Act (or as we’re calling it, The Big Lie Bill) is tailor-made to make it easier for politicians like Trump to cheat the American people out of elections by restricting vote by mail, expanding corporate influence on elections, reducing voter registration, and making voting more difficult for the elderly and disabled -- and House Republicans are flocking to support it. Write an LTE to publicize their schemes.
  • If you have a Democratic representative, write an LTE calling attention to the GOP's insidious ACE Act. We cannot just work to prevent Trump’s reelection, we must also work to ensure this sort of election subversion never happens again. MAGA Republicans have shown they have no problem supporting a candidate who would steal an election from the American people, and they’re working to make it easier. Write an LTE to show the world just how far Republicans will go to subvert the will of the people.

Since Trump was elected in 2016, every bit of our work has led to this moment. Until now, he has stayed one step ahead of any accountability for his actions, but he’s finally run out of space to flee. He will face justice. 

But MAGA Republicans are still flocking to his cause, and he is currently the leading candidate for the Republican presidential nomination by a wide margin. We cannot relax. It is our duty to do everything in our power to make sure Trump continues to be a one-term president. As these indictments indicate, our democracy depends on it. 

In solidarity, 
Indivisible Team

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