The six-month jury meant to hear evidence against former President Donald Trump was set to expire this week.
The lengthy criminal investigation into Trump’s alleged manipulation of the value of his properties in order to secure tax advantages is apparently coming to a close without charges, according to the New York Times.
In February, the investigation saw the departure of two senior prosecutors who accused Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg (D) of stalling the inquiry.
Bragg says that even though the grand jury disbanded, other grand juries in New York would be available to take action if needed.
However, legal observers say any potential indictment of Trump is unlikely at this time.