I could be wrong on this, but it is my understanding that the current indictment is for crimes committed under NY state law. A resulting conviction would not be subject to presidential pardon - that only applies to federal convictions. And the NY governor may or may not be inclined toward offering up a pardon.
That's correct. Dumpster faces potential federal charges from the Justice Department investigation, and those could be pardoned by a corrupt President. But the New York and Georgia charges are state level, so they would require pardons from the governors of the respective states ... which could happen in Georgia, although Dumpster has made a habit of insulting Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, which probably wouldn't stop Kemp from pardoning him, but which might make it a slow roll.