Manhattan District Attorney’s Office Cancels Grand Jury Meeting Amid Possible Indictment of Former President Trump
By Fox News // March 22, 2023
grand jury was notified Wednesday morning, and was placed "on standby"
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(FOX NEWS) – Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office has “canceled” the grand jury meeting that was scheduled to take place Wednesday as part of the investigation into former President Trump, amid speculation of a possible indictment, two sources familiar told Fox News.
The grand jury was slated to meet Wednesday and was expected to hear from at least one additional witness, but Fox News has learned that Bragg’s office “canceled” the proceedings.
The grand jury was notified Wednesday morning, and was placed “on standby” for Thursday, a source told Fox News.
“We can’t confirm or comment on Grand Jury matters,” Bragg’s office told Fox News.
Two sources familiar told Fox News Digital on Wednesday that the grand jury was canceled amid “major dissension” within the district attorney’s office. One source claimed the district attorney is having trouble convincing the grand jury on potential charges due to the “weakness” of the case.
Despite rumors of a potential imminent indictment, sources familiar told Fox News Digital that Trump has not been formally notified about whether Bragg actually plans to bring charges against him.
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