This article discusses Donald Trump’s criminal arraignment in Manhattan and his appearance at the United States Courthouse related to a lawsuit against him by writer E. Jean Carroll. The first arraignment was a high-security, pressurized event, but the second appearance was more relaxed, with minimal security detail. The case involving Carroll is a retrial of a previous lawsuit that Trump lost, and the courtroom proceedings focused on potential damage awards to Carroll for statements made by Trump. Despite Trump’s legal troubles in multiple cases across the United States, he seems unfazed and is even using his legal problems as a platform for his political campaign. The article paints a grim and daunting picture of Trump’s legal affairs and suggests that he is trying to evade consequences for his actions.