Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has indicated she’s casting a wide net as she tries to determine whether former President Donald Trump committed a crime in 2020 when he pressured Georgia officials to find him the votes needed for a victory over Joe Biden.
Prosecutors spent much of the last year talking to and collecting documents from roughly 50 voluntary witnesses. Now Willis is turning up the heat on more than 30 reticent witnesses by impaneling a special purpose grand jury that can issue subpoenas compelling their testimony and other information.
There are 60 or so others whom Willis and her team are seeking testimony from in the weeks ahead.
Here are some of the key players she may seek to question:
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Here are the law enforcement officials who will be involved as the special grand jury convenes: