NEW YORK -- Former President Donald Trump arrived in New York City on Monday afternoon Tuesday in Manhattan.
Mr. Trump landed at LaGuardia Airport and a motorcade took him to Trump Tower.
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Judge rules no video cameras in courtroom
The historic arraignment of former Pres. Donald J. Trump will not be televised. Photographers may take pictures at the beginning, but they must then vacate the courtroom.
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Trump will be formally arraigned Tuesday afternoon
A source told CBS News the former president will likely be charged with falsifying business records in the first degree, a felony. But the indictment is still sealed.
Security tight around Trump Tower
The former president entered Trump Tower to little fanfare. Security allowed his supporters to gather around the corner, but they couldn't see him.
NYPD's unprecedented security task
Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell said the department prepared for the former president's arrival for weeks.
On social media, days before he was indicted, Mr. Trump called on his supporters to take to the streets of New York City and protest his arrest.
Monday, when Mr. Trump landed at LaGuardia Airport, his supporters were already lining up around Trump Tower.
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Trump's plane lands at LaGuardia Airport
Chopper 2 was there as former President Donald Trump landed at LaGuardia Airport ahead of Tuesday's arraignment.
Mayor Adams tells "rabble-rousers" to "control yourselves"
"While there may be some rabble-rousers thinking about coming to our city tomorrow, our message is clear and simple: Control yourselves," Adams said Monday. "New York City is our home, not a playground for your misplaced anger."
Adams specifically called out Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene and told her to "be on your best behavior."
"Our job is to facilitate and safeguard the rights of people to express themselves and those going about their daily activities, but I will remind everyone that violence and destruction are not part of legitimate, lawful expression, and it will never be tolerated in our city," Sewell added.
Officials urged New Yorkers to expect traffic and to use mass transit. They also said there will be street closures near the courts in Lower Manhattan and elsewhere around the city.
Legal experts lay out what to expect in court
It's a case for the history books that has legal experts wondering not only what will happen in court Tuesday but with former President Trump.
A criminal justice professor tells CBS2 a gag order may be put in place.
"I think the only unanswered questions right now are: What are the details behind the various charges? Are they just what we have been led to believe, or is there more to the story?" Professor Mike Lawlor said.
Lawlor said there's a possibility the former president will have to surrender his passport after he is read the charges he is facing.
"Or they're placed on a variety of restrictions, including potentially a gag order, which I think is certainly probably called for in this case," he said. "He can be held without bail if he's found by a judge to be intimidating witnesses or obstructing justice. His track record, apparently, is a lot of that."
Sources say the NYPD and Secret Service have already choreographed the court appearance, and Trump will be surrounded by agents the entire time. He will not be handcuffed, but will be processed as a criminal defendant before walking down a 15th floor hallway for arraignment.
Police, barricades positioned outside Trump Tower
Security is tight along Fifth Avenue, where police are making their presence known with officers, vehicles and barricades.
Former President Trump has not released an official schedule, but sources are painting a picture of what to expect.
Sources say he is set to land on his personal plane at LaGuardia Airport on Monday afternoon. He will then be escorted by a motorcade into Trump Tower, where it's possible he may speak to the press.
CBS Mornings spoke with retired NYPD Det. Michael Alcazar about the security measures in place -- an effort not only conducted by the NYPD, but also the FBI and hundreds of Secret Service agents.
"They're going to have a detail of uniformed police officers all around the perimeter of the courthouse and nearby blocks. The whole police department is on standby just in case we need more police officers to respond to the scene, if in case it gets out of hand," he explained.
Sources say Trump will make his way down to the courts in Lower Manhattan on Tuesday afternoon for arraignment, before flying back to his Mar-a-Lago home.
Trump's supporters line up around Palm Beach airport
Florida supporters could be seen lining up on highways around the airport before his flight.
CBS News reports Trump will then spend the night at Trump Tower in Midtown, before his court appearance Tuesday in Lower Manhattan.
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Tracking Trump's travel
Sources tell CBS2 the former president's travel plans are fluid and likely to change at any given moment. Here is what we know, as of early Monday.
Trump is set to arrive on his personal plane at LaGuardia Airport on Monday afternoon. He will then be escorted by a motorcade into Trump Tower in Midtown, Manhattan.
CBS2 has learned the Trump helicopter is available to fly him to the West Side heliport, but that does not seem like a definitive part of the plan.
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As for Tuesday, he will make his way down to the courts in Lower Manhattan.
Trump will most likely make remarks to the media, but is getting pushback about addressing outlets outside of the courthouse, due to safety concerns. We're hearing a possibility being considered is inside Trump Tower -- the site of his escalator used when he announced his bid for the 2016 presidential nomination.
Sunday, the former president took to his Truth Social page to speak out about the arraignment, while asking people to donate to his campaign. Reports show he's raised more than $5 million and logged more than 16,000 volunteer sign-ups since the indictment.
There will be hours of court proceedings before Trump flies back to his Mar-a-Lago home to speak to the public about what went down and his continuing effort to run for president again in 2024. Reports show he will be joined by Florida supporters, as he tries to project an image of strength and defiance, turning the charges into a political asset.
CBS News: Trump expected to face felony charge, source says
Former President Donald Trump is the first former U.S. president to face criminal charges, which are still under seal.
Sources tell CBS2 News he is being charged with-- a felony, stemming from alleged hush money paid to adult film star, Stormy Daniels, through his former attorney, Michael Cohen.
for the latest on the investigation.
The Point: N.Y. Republicans on impact of indictment
New York GOP Chair Ed Cox and former U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin weighed in on the case against Trump with CBS2's CBS2's political reporter Marcia Kramer.
for their full interviews.
Hearing from voters: "He'll get his day in court"
CBS2 spoke with people at Summit Diner in New Jersey for their reaction after the indictment.
Some said they were embarrassed the country has to go through this, while others were confident Trump will beat the charges.
for more of what they had to say.