The Manhattan District Attorney has called for a second six-month grand jury to look into the Trump Organization's finances for potential criminal wrongdoing.
The first grand jury, which convened this spring, found that Trump Org CFO Allen Weisselberg had been running a 15-year tax fraud scheme. It handed felony indictments to Weisselberg and two Trump companies.
Both Weisselberg and the two companies have pleaded not guilty.
The second grand jury's investigation is expected to extend beyond district attorney Cyrus Vance's term, which expires at the end of the year, and to be take up by Alvin Bragg, who was elected to succeed Vance on Tuesday.
The new grand jury is expected to hear evidence beginning Thursday.
New York Attorney General Letitia James has launched a separate