BREAKING: SCOTUS Won't Stop Grand Jury from Getting Trump's Tax Returns
The ruling does not mean the returns will become public any time soon
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) declined Monday to block a New York grand jury from getting President Donald Trump's personal and corporate tax returns, a decisive defeat in his prolonged legal battle to keep his tax records out of the hands of investigators.
The ruling does not mean the returns will become public any time soon, and they might never be publicly released. Under state law, materials turned over to a grand jury must be kept secret. But Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance can now require Trump's accountants to turn over the records that the president has steadfastly refused to surrender to prosecutors or Congress.
"The work continues," Vance said in response to the Supreme Court order.
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