Judge Robert C. McBurney spoke to the press after the head juror gave numerous interviews. “I explained you don’t talk about what the group discussed about the witnesses’ testimony, but you can talk about witness testimony,” said Judge McBurney, referring to the grand jury’s oath of secrecy. “You could talk about things that the assistant district attorneys told you. … And then finally, you can talk about the final report because that is the product of your deliberations, but it’s not your deliberations.”
From Conservative Brief:
On Wednesday, the foreperson for the grand jury, Emily Kohrs, did several interviews with various left-leaning media outlets and appeared to express extreme bias against the former president with some of her remarks, leading experts to question whether she has now tainted the entire process. ... “I wanted to hear from the former President, but honestly, I kind of wanted to subpoena the former President because I got to swear everybody in, so I thought it would be really cool to get 60 seconds with President Trump, of me looking at him and being like ‘do you solemnly swear’ and me getting to swear him in, I just feel like that would have been an awesome moment,” she said.