This week, former President Donald Trump’s fate is on the docket in two separate courtrooms: The hush money case in New York City continues. Plus, arguments regarding Trump’s claim of absolute immunity from prosecution take place Thursday before the U.S. Supreme Court. 

Separately, a critically important case called Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany v. Vullo, dealing with the mandatory coverage of abortion, was argued earlier this month in New York’s highest court.

Vin Bonventre, the Justice Robert H. Jackson distinguished professor of law at Albany Law School, and the author of the New York Court Watcher blog, discussed all three cases with Capital Tonight host Susan Arbetter.