DOJ appears to be moving forward with criminal charges against McCabe
A new report claims that investigators from the U.S. Attorney's Office in Washington, D.C., recently interviewed former FBI Director James Comey in relation to the Justice Department's investigation of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.McCabe's attorney takes issue with the likelihood of an indictment. I suspect that whether the DOJ takes action or not the response will be politically charged. There are many people who think there was an attempted coup attempt against teh President and that the FBI was at the heart of that attempt.
DOJ Inspector General Michael Horrowitz issued a criminal referral for McCabe in April — which led to his eventual firing — on the grounds that he intentionally misled DOJ officials on four separate occasions.
A source familiar with the investigation told the Washington Post the Comey interview indicates officials are seriously weighing criminal charges for McCabe, which are not guaranteed in a referral.