Grand Jury Definition
A group of 16 to 23 randomly selected citizens whose job is to listen and examine the accusations and evidence that is presented by the government against a person or persons. The grand jury’s role is to determine whether or not criminal charges or an indictment should be brought against a person or persons.
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