Prosecutors with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office have assembled a second grand jury to review evidence against former President Donald Trump’s business and potentially consider criminal charges, according to The Washington Post, after an earlier grand jury voted to indict the Trump Organization and its former CFO in an alleged tax evasion scheme.
The grand jury will review how the company has valued assets, according to The Washington Post.
It’s not clear at this point if actions of any specific company executives are being examined as part of this probe, which could potentially not result in any indictments.
The grand jury began its review last week and will likely continue meeting three days a week for the next six months, the Post reported, citing sources with knowledge of the proceedings.
The Trump Organization didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment from Forbes.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.