Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. heralded the U.S. Supreme Court’s 7-2 ruling Thursday that President Donald Trump is not immune from state criminal subpoenas as a “tremendous victory,” but some hurdles remain before a New York County grand jury can obtain Trump’s tax returns.

“Those who think the DA’s office is on the verge of indicting Donald Trump or his business, I think that seems premature,” said Harry Sandick, a partner at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler and a former assistant U.S. attorney in the Southern District of New York.

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