Where is it : In January, judges granted Willis a special grand jury to help with his investigation. Willis said the grand jury, which can last up to 12 months, was necessary because “a significant number of witnesses and potential witnesses have refused to cooperate with the investigation in the absence of a subpoena requiring their testimony”.
What’s at stake: Willis is investigating possible violations of Georgia state law, including whether someone has unlawfully solicited voter fraud, made false statements to state and local government officials, made threats or participated in a criminal conspiracy. She also reviews testimony before the state General Assembly, which held hearings in which Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, and other Trump allies made unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud.
And after: The grand jury will sit starting Monday, according to the Associated Press, and will likely issue subpoenas and potentially hear testimony from recalcitrant witnesses.