The New York Times reports:
The fourth criminal case involving Donald J. Trump is likely to come to a head next week, with the district attorney in Atlanta expected to take the findings from her election interference investigation to a grand jury. Nearly 20 people are known to have been told that they could face charges as a result of the investigation, which Fani T. Willis, the district attorney in Fulton County, Ga., has pursued for two and a half years.
Ms. Willis has signaled that she would seek indictments from a grand jury in the first half of August. Security barriers were recently erected in front of the downtown Atlanta courthouse. On Tuesday afternoon, two witnesses who received subpoenas to appear before the Fulton County grand jury said in interviews that they had not received notices instructing them to testify within the next 48 hours, a sign that the case will not get to the jury until next week.
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The district attorney in Atlanta is expected to take the findings from her election interference investigation to a grand jury next week, which could issue indictments in the fourth criminal case involving Donald Trump. https://t.co/RetC7cge3r
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