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The grand jury hearing evidence in the Manhattan District Attorney’s investigation into former President Donald Trump will not sit on the case again until April 24, a court administration source told Fox News.

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The grand jury hearing evidence in the Manhattan District Attorney’s investigation into former President Donald Trump will not sit on the case again until April 24, a court administration source told Fox News.

The source said the grand jury will sit next week on Monday and Wednesday afternoon, but is not expected to meet on the Trump investigation. When proceedings are complete Wednesday, the source said the grand jury will be off for two weeks.

When asked for an explanation for the two-week hiatus, the source said: “It is a six-month grand jury – they are told upfront what the schedule would/may be. That is standard.”

MANHATTAN GRAND JURY WILL NOT MEET ON TRUMP CASE FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK: SOURCES

The secret grand jury wrapped its proceedings Monday afternoon without voting on Trump’s case, sources told Fox News on Monday. The proceedings were canceled for Wednesday. Monday’s meeting came after the grand jury proceedings were canceled twice last week by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

Former President Donald Trump speaks during a 2024 election campaign rally in Waco, Texas, on Saturday. Trump held the rally at the site of the deadly 1993 standoff between an anti-government cult and federal agents.

Former President Donald Trump speaks during a 2024 election campaign rally in Waco, Texas, on Saturday. Trump held the rally at the site of the deadly 1993 standoff between an anti-government cult and federal agents. (SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP via Getty Images)

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