After months of uncertainty, New York prosecutors are finally getting a deeper dive into some of Former President Donald Trump's financial records.

This comes after the Supreme Court formally declined to hear Trump's case against turning over the files to Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance.

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Vice reports Trump's accounting firm, Mazars, will now have to turn over eight years of tax returns and other financial documents.

A clear reason for wanting to dig into the documents has not been released by Vance, but he has told the Supreme Court that the investigation is warranted thanks to the public reporting on possible financial misconduct at the Trump Organization going all the back to 2005.

Unfortunately for those in the general public looking to get a glimpse into the elusive documents, they will not be made available to read unless a criminal case is brought up against the former president.