The Senate impeachment trial of President Trump continued Wednesday with questions from the senators.

Now that the opening arguments from House Democrats and Trump’s legal team have concluded, the lawmakers will have their chance Wednesday to challenge the evidence thus far presented.

Here’s how it works:

Senators will submit their questions in writing to Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, who is presiding over the trial.

Roberts will then address those questions to one of the legal teams.

The senators will have 16 hours over Wednesday and Thursday to pose their questions.

The sessions will be split up into two eight-hour days and the questions will alternate between Republicans and Democrats.

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