Former President Donald Trump has yet to be arrested after he told supporters that he expected to be indicted in New York this week.

A Manhattan grand jury has been tasked with hearing evidence about the ex-commander-in-chief's role in a hush-money payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels. The jury was not present in court on Wednesday, meaning Thursday is the earliest charges against Trump, if any, would be announced.

The arrest of a former U.S. president is unprecedented. Cheddar News' Chloe Aiello explains what to expect in the the legal process if Trump is indicted.

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