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Criminal Trial Against Trump Org to Get Underway Monday

Former President Donald Trump’s business empire, the Trump Organization, is poised to head to trial Monday for a flurry of alleged tax and financial crimes.
Although Trump has not been charged in the sprawling case, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has kept the door open to levying charges against him in the future. If found guilty, the Trump Organization will be forced to pay fines and back taxes totaling roughly $1.6 million, Bloomberg reported.
The Trump Organization, which was indicted last year, has pleaded not guilty to the charges. No one will go to prison if there is a criminal conviction in the matter.
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