After being pardoned, the State of New York went after Bannon with its own investigation. He is due to surrender tomorrow. From the NY Times:
Stephen K. Bannon, the onetime political adviser to former President Donald J. Trump, is expected to surrender on Thursday to New York authorities to face state charges in an indictment that remains sealed, according to a person familiar with the case.
The nature of the charges was unclear early Wednesday. But Mr. Bannon called them “phony” in a statement. “They are coming after all of us,” he said. “I have not yet begun to fight.”
Danielle Filson, a spokeswoman for Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan district attorney, declined to comment.
The charges would not be Mr. Bannon’s first indictment. Mr. Trump pardoned Mr. Bannon in January 2021 before he could be brought to trial on federal fraud charges stemming from his work with We Build the Wall Inc., a fund-raising operation set up to help fulfill the former president’s promise to create a physical barrier between the United States and Mexico.