Attorneys delivered their closing arguments Tuesday in the landmark trial of former President Donald Trump, who faces 34 felony charges of falsifying business records.

After hearing from 22 witnesses and over six hours of arguments, the 12-person jury will begin deliberations on Wednesday.

The jury may take hours, days, or even weeks to reach a decision. A unanimous verdict is necessary to either convict or acquit Trump.

Trump, pleading not guilty, dubbed the trial "election interference," claiming it hindered his presidential campaign efforts.

Tuesday witnessed Trump being accompanied by a larger-than-usual contingent of family members in court.

Donald Jr., Eric, Tiffany, son-in-law Michael Boulos, and daughter-in-law Lara Trump, also RNC co-chair, were present in court.

As Trump's lawyer began closing arguments, the Biden-Harris campaign held an event outside the courthouse, featuring Robert DeNiro and Capitol police officers.

Before the 2016 election, Stormy Daniels was allegedly urged to keep her affair allegations quiet. Trump reportedly directed Michael Cohen to pay her $130,000 in settlement.