After his ‘not guilty’ plea in New York, Donald Trump gives a speech at Mar-a-Lago.

At Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday evening, former President Donald Trump gave a speech in the manner of a campaign rally to a crowd of roaring fans. He was flanked by American flags.

In his combative statement, Trump referred, among other things, to the two impeachment trials that he faced while he was president. He referred to the charge brought against him in New York as the most recent in a “onslaught of false investigations.”

Trump said that this “false lawsuit” should be abandoned immediately since it was initiated exclusively for the purpose of interfering with the forthcoming election in 2024.

A review of the events that took place on Tuesday:

When they surrendered, what happened next?

Trump was scheduled to appear.

In the days before computers, the court authorities would write all of the information they needed to know about a criminal suspect into a large book. Even though everything is done on computers now, the procedure is essentially the same.

The entire name, age, birthdate, height, and weight of the accused person are recorded by the officials of the court. They look to see whether there are any warrants still open. It was thought that they had obtained Trump’s fingerprints, but it was not believed that they had taken a mug image of him.

This procedure takes an average of around two hours, although it may take as long as four hours in New York. Nevertheless, when Trump arrived, there was no one else being screened, so the procedure went much more quickly. After then, he appeared in front of a court.

What kind of decisions were made at the hearing?

Concerns were raised by the prosecuting attorneys over what they referred to as reckless social media statements that they said targeted persons involved in the case, including grand jury witnesses and District Attorney Alvin Bragg. They especially referred to remarks made by Trump in which he expressed concern about “possible murder and devastation” in the event that he was brought up on charges.

The court said that at this time he would not be issuing a gag order, but he did encourage both parties to abstain from making statements or participating in comments that may lead to civil disorder.

Trump talked briefly. He informed the court that he would be entering a “not guilty” plea to the 34 felony charges of fabricating company documents, and the judge informed him of his rights at that time. Throughout the proceedings, which lasted slightly over an hour, Trump did not move very much; instead, he kept his hands in a steepled or interlaced position and gazed forward.

Throughout the course of the hearing, Trump’s attorney, Todd Blanche, made the following statement on his client’s behalf: “He is tremendously irritated, outraged, and feels that there is a grave injustice occurring in this courtroom today.”

Was he taken into custody?

In a sense, it is correct.

When a person is taken into custody to have their fingerprints taken and other paperwork completed, they are regarded to be under arrest and in custody. On the other hand, it did not seem to Trump the way it does in the movies or on the television show “Law & Order.”

He was not placed in a detention cell, nor was he restrained with handcuffs. This is due to the fact that a portion of the courtroom was cleared out for his arraignment, in addition to the fact that Trump is a former president who is under the protection of the Secret Service. Handcuffs are placed on certain defendants before they go before the court to be arraigned; however, this is not the case for all defendants.

The next time we’ll see Trump in court is in December. The exceptional precautions taken for security prompted his legal team to request that he be exempted from having to appear in person at the hearing.

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