All eyes may be trained on the actions of the grand jury mulling a historic indictment of former President Donald Trump, but any perceived delays are likely just procedural happenstance, according to former prosecutors.

“The grand jury works in fits and starts,” said Karen Friedman Agnifilo, who previously served as Chief Assistant District Attorney of the Manhattan DA’s Office and worked there for decades. “It’s not like a trial where it goes in a particular schedule or a particular order.”

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