In The Trump Docs Case, A Special Master Establishes A Review Schedule.

Federal prosecutors have been directed to begin producing the approximately 11,000 documents.

Those documents were retrieved from former President Donald Trump's Florida home last month.

According to a court filing Thursday by the federal judge in charge of reviewing the Mar-a-Lago files seized by the FBI.

According to the court's schedule, the Department of Justice must give Judge Dearie what he has asked for.

Trump's team electronic copies of the documents that are not marked as classified by Monday.

According to Dearie's most recent instructions, Trump's counsel must specify each document.

Whether he is claiming attorney-client privilege, executive privilege, or whether the document is a personal or presidential record.

To protect any document that Trump and his team designate as privileged or personal.

The trump team need to provide a justification for the designation.

Dearie said in a filing on Thursday that Trump must provide a log of his designations for the materials.