With former President Donald Trump’s tax records finally in the hands of the New York district attorney, investigations are ramping up on whether or not Trump and the Trump Organization committed tax and insurance fraud, and other schemes to defraud. 

Donald Trump has been fighting to keep these records private as they are critical to the investigation against him. The records, which are said to be millions of pages of documents, contain not only Trump’s tax returns from January 2011 to August 2019, but financial statements, engagement agreements, and documents relating to the prep and review of tax returns. These records could give prosecutors some insight or proof that state and federal laws could have been violated by the Trump Organization.

Since these documents are subject to grand jury secrecy rules, they will not be released to the public.