Former US President Donald Trump has a crowded calendar this year as he seeks the Republican nomination in the presidential election while also facing four criminal trials.
Here are key dates in Mr Trump’s legal and political schedule:
A Georgia judge will hold a hearing to consider Mr Trump’s effort to remove the prosecutor from a racketeering case that charges him and 14 co-defendants with illegally trying to overturn his 2020 election loss.
Mr Trump and two of his co-defendants argue that prosecutor Fani Willis has benefitted financially from a romantic relationship with one of the lawyers she hired to work on the case.
Ms Willis has admitted to the relationship but denies that it has tainted the prosecution.
Ms Willis has proposed 5 August as the start date for the trial and has said it could last into 2025.
Four defendants in the wide-ranging case have pleaded guilty.
South Carolina holds its Republican presidential primary.
Opinion polls show his sole rival, Nikki Haley, trailing Mr Trump in this state, even though she served as its governor for six years.
Mr Trump has won the first four nominating contests in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and the US Virgin Islands by wide margins.
“Super Tuesday,” when 15 states and one US territory hold Republican primaries or caucuses.
Mr Trump could effectively wrap up the nomination on this date, if he has not done so already.
Scheduled start of a New York state criminal trial, in which Mr Trump is accused of falsifying business records to cover up a hush-money payment to a porn star before the 2016 presidential election.
This is likely to be the first of Mr Trump’s four criminal trials, though the timeline for all of them could change.
Scheduled start of a federal criminal trial in Miami, in which Mr Trump is charged with unlawfully keeping classified government documents after leaving office and lying to officials who sought to recover them.
The final Republican presidential primaries take place.
Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where the party formally chooses its candidate.
Election Day where Americans will cast their vote for president.