A federal grand jury is expected to meet in Florida to hear testimony about former President Donald Trump's alleged mishandling of classified documents.
The Wall Street Journalreported that the grand jury is part of the investigation conducted by special counsel Jack Smith. It's separate from a Washington, D.C. grand jury that's been hearing testimony in the documents case.
People close to the investigation said Smith was trying to tie up loose ends before a possible indictment.
NBC News confirmed that a grand jury was meeting in Florida.
"Why prosecutors are using multiple grand juries, and whether they are ready to seek an indictment in either jurisdiction is unknown," the NBC News report noted. "The Justice Department declined to comment on the investigation."
On Monday, attorneys for Trump met with officials at the Department of Justice to argue he should not be indicted.