Former US attorney raises red flag about Judge Aileen Cannon's Trump trial scheduling

– Former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance raises concerns about the trial date for Donald Trump in a Florida courtroom.

– Special counsel Jack Smith is expected to present the case that Trump stole national defense secret documents and resisted government efforts to recover them.

– The trial, scheduled for May 2024 after the DOJ requested a December 2023 date, is likely to face delays due to busy schedules of federal judges like Judge Aileen Cannon.

– Finding an uninterrupted time block for the expected month-long trial poses a significant challenge.

– Fulton county prosecutors have completed internal reviews for expected criminal charges related to Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia.

– The review process is the final step before charges are filed, and an announcement is anticipated in August.

– Prosecutors have gathered evidence for a racketeering case based on influencing witnesses and computer trespass by Trump operatives in Coffee county.