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People v. Grand Jury

Many people have been asking me, a former prosecutor and current defense counsel to explain the Grand Jury system and how in the world the Missouri and New York Grand Juries could have reached their decisions. Let me explain... What is a Grand Jury? Can I get out of it? In New York, the Grand Jury is a group of 23 people chosen to hear a number of cases over a period of time. If a majority of the jurors agree there is enough evidence to support a charge they indict. It is very difficult to get out of Grand Jury duty. Grand Jurors are not interviewed by lawyers or questioned by a judge before serving. Pretty much, if you are a US citizen and live in the county and are called to serve yo

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