With the announcement that Fulton County, Georgia, District Attorney Fani Willis is seeking to impanel a special grand jury with subpoena power to investigate Donald Trump's possible Georgia state election crimes, the investigative circle continues to tighten around Trump. This investigation is added to the New York investigations being conducted by NY Attorney General Leticia James, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, the House select committee, and the Department of Justice.
So with the Georgia grand jury being the newest jurisdiction issuing subpoenas, we could ask if these subpoenas will be taken any more seriously or handled any more expeditiously than congressional subpoenas or subpoenas in AG James' civil investigation, all of which are being fought in court. The answer is yes, because all subpoenas are not created equal. Here is a review of the different types of subpoenas involved in investigating Donald Trump.