The Manhatten District Attorney on Thursday will indict the Trump Organization and its CFO Allen Weisselberg for tax crimes, sources told the Wall Street Journal.

It marks the first criminal charge against Donald Trump's company since the investigation began in 2018. The defendants are expected to appear in court on Thursday.

Trump is not expected to be charged Thursday. But Weisselberg, 73, a long-time Trump employee, is expected to be tried for tax evasion.

The New York Attorney General has been investigating whether or not Weisselberg and other employees of the Trump Organization illegally avoided paying taxes on cars, apartments, and private school tuition they received from the Trump organization.

It is unclear if Weisselberg has cooperated with prosecutors. As an ongoing investigation, more charges could be made in the future.

Weisselberg's daughter-in-law Jennifer Weisselberg appeared Monday on CNN and said that "we're prepared, and we are getting prepared" to testify before the panel.