Law enforcement officials in New York are preparing security measures for the possibility of Donald Trump being indicted in his alleged hush money case.
While no public announcement has been made regarding any potential vote for the indictment of the former president, authorities are reportedly just preparing in case.
If Trump is indicted, his lawyer has stated that "we will follow the normal procedures."
Law enforcement officials in New York are reportedly making preparations for the possibility that former President Donald Trump could be indicted in the coming weeks relating to hush money paid to women who alleged sexual encounters with him.
While no timeline or public announcement has been made regarding the grand jury's work, officials say that they are making preparations just in case.
Despite the preparations, Trump's lawyer has stated that if he is indicted, they will follow normal procedures.
Sources differ in their characterisations with The Vanity Fair implying a potential breakthrough, The AP News stating authorities are just preparing in case of an indictment, and The Business Insider UK reporting that Donald Trump stated he expects to turn himself in on Tuesday, while his lead defense attorney could not confirm this.