A grand jury convened to examine evidence collected by Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) MuellerAn unquestioning press promotes Rep. Adam Schiff's book based on Russia fiction Senate Democrats urge Garland not to fight court order to release Trump obstruction memo Why a special counsel is guaranteed if Biden chooses Yates, Cuomo or Jones as AG MORE's special counsel investigation is continuing to operate "robustly" despite the end of Mueller's investigation, according to prosecutor David Goodhand.
The prosecutor was asked about the matter Wednesday during a court hearing on whether filings in the probe related to an unidentified foreign company should be unsealed, according to The Associated Press.
The grand jury is under license to continue gathering evidence until July, according to Bloomberg News.
It's unclear exactly which matters the grand jury will continue to investigate before it is dissolved in July. Mueller's team announced no further indictments on Friday after the investigation concluded, but it has referred some issues to U.S. attorneys' offices.
A summary of Mueller's findings released Sunday by Attorney General William BarrBill BarrMichael Cohen officially released from prison sentence Incoming NAACP Legal Defense Fund president sees progress against 'revitalized mission to advance white supremacy' Fox's Bartiromo called Bill Barr 'screaming' about election fraud: book MORE stated that the probe did not find evidence of a conspiracy between Moscow and Trump's campaign in the 2016 election. It also did not reach a conclusion on whether Trump obstructed Justice.
Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod RosensteinRod RosensteinWashington still needs more transparency House Judiciary to probe DOJ's seizure of data from lawmakers, journalists The Hill's Morning Report - Biden-Putin meeting to dominate the week MORE did determine upon reviewing Mueller's findings that there was not enough evidence to find the president obstructed justice.
Democrats are demanding the release of the full Mueller report and have criticized the obstruction of justice decision.
The White House and its allies celebrated the end of the Mueller investigation following Friday's announcement, declaring the president vindicated over the issue of collusion with Russia.