Perry Stein, a writer for the Washington Post, reached out to me with a question from a reader: “Who hires courtroom sketch artists? How many attend trials?” I emailed back an answer and they used it in a Q&A blurb at the end of a recent article about the Trump trials.

I have not drawn Trump in court (yet), though I did sketch the arraignment of Trump associate Waltine Nauta in the confidential documents case. (The arraignment lasted about five minutes so I only did one sketch). The primary artists for the current New York Trump trials are Jane Rosenberg and Elizabeth Williams. But the Washington Post reached out to me via email with their question.

You can read the answer here (scroll down to the bottom).

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