Earlier on Wednesday, The Wall Street Journal reported that another Trump attorney, Jennifer Little, is also expected to give testimony before the grand jury this week. After temporarily staying Howell’s order on Tuesday night, the appeals court gave Trump’s team until midnight to specify which documents were at issue. Federal prosecutors filed a more than 6,000-word response shortly before the deadline. Smith’s reported findings were referenced in the sealed filing penned Friday by a former top federal judge, the sources said. On Friday, Howell ruled in favor of piercing said privileges, forcing Corcoran to appear before a federal grand jury.