A Georgia special grand jury recommended charges against one current and two former U.S senators and 18 other Donald Trump allies, a newly released report says.
But prosecutors decided not to indict them for alleged efforts to reverse 2020 election results in the state.
The jury had voted to recommend indictments against Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and former Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue.
The full report was released on Friday.
The document, newly made fully public, offers the clearest picture yet of the secret jury’s thinking as they investigated whether Mr Trump and his allies broke the law in Georgia during the 2020 U.S presidential election.
That investigation culminated in the criminal charges that were brought against Mr Trump and 18 co-defendants last month for an alleged conspiracy to overturn the election results.
All have pleaded not guilty to the charges.