Former President Donald Trump is due in a Florida courthouse on Tuesday to answer to dozens of federal charges related to improper handling of secret documents.

Prosecutors alleged in a 37-count indictment that after leaving office, Trump held onto classified materials, including maps and plans of attack published by the Pentagon. Trump is also accused of ignoring requests by the Justice Department to return the documents, which he allegedly kept in boxes at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.

The case comes just two months after Trump was indicted in Manhattan for allegedly falsifying business records.

Adam Kaufmann, a former assistant district attorney with the Manhattan DA’s office, joined “Mornings On 1” on Monday to provide more perspective.