WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Manhattan’s district attorney has convened the grand jury that is expected to decide whether to indict former President Donald Trump, should prosecutors present the panel with criminal charges, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday, citing two people familiar with the development.
“The panel was convened recently and will sit three days a week for six months,” the Post said. “It is likely to hear several matters — not just the Trump case — during the duration of its term, which is longer than a traditional New York state grand-jury assignment, these people said.”
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