Timeline: Key legal and electoral dates for Donald Trump

Yahoo News' comprehensive timeline of the often-overlapping election and court dates.

Former U.S. President Donald Trump appears with his lawyer Susan Necheles (R) for a pre-trial hearing in a hush money case in criminal court on March 25, 2024 in New York City. (Photo by Curtis Means-Pool/Getty Images)

A New York appeals court judge on Monday rejected former President Donald Trump’s request to delay his hush money trial — set to begin on April 15 — while "he fights to move the case out of Manhattan," the Associated Press reported.

Trump — the GOP’s presumptive nominee for president — faces four criminal cases. He is the first former U.S. president to be indicted and criminally charged.

In order to make sense of the often-overlapping election and court dates, we’ve put together a comprehensive timeline that is constantly being updated:

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