Donald Trump’s lawyers and the Democratic opposition are expected to have concluded their arguments by Monday, February 15.
From next Monday, each side will have four hours each to answer questions from Senators.
Both sides are expected to deliver their closing statements on next Tuesday, February 16.
By February 17, the Senate should be in a position to vote on the article of impeachment – for which a two-thirds majority is needed for a conviction.
This means at least 17 Republican senators would need to vote with Senate Democrats to convict.
Only five Republicans in the Senate voted with the Democrats last month.