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Both sides have rested their case in Trump’s civil fraud trial. What happens now?

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Both sides have rested their case in Trump’s civil fraud trial. What happens now?

The lights are out in Donald Trump’s civil fraud trial.

After 44 days of testimony, the trial is set to resume in January with closing arguments. A final decision in the case is not expected until late January or early February, when Judge Arthur Engoron issues a written opinion.

“We have oral arguments scheduled for Jan. 11 but in a strange way, I’m going to miss this trial. It’s been an experience,” Engoron remarked Wednesday as he wrapped up the day’s contentious proceedings.

“I feel exactly like I did before, three years ago. This case was a joke. We wasted three months,” Trump’s legal spokesperson, Alina Habba, said on her way out of court.

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