Grand juror

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a member of a grand jury.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He was endeavoring to impress the mind of the grand juror with the merits of a cause now at issue, Along with these was a pedestrian, who, having thrown a rifle frock over his shirt, and placed his best wool hat above his sunburnt visage, had issued from his retreat in the woods by a footpath, and was striving to keep company with the others, on his way to hear and to decide the disputes of his neighbors, as a petit juror.
(5) Grand Juror Doe appealed the decision, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit upheld the abstention on June 20, 2016.
Jurors, specifically grand jurors, were also an issue in December when the Court of Appeals held that a grand juror from the Darren Wilson case cant discuss her experience.
Under current law, a random grand juror is tasked with taking notes to make a record of proceedings, which are then turned over to defense attorneys.
Grand jury transcripts from 2007 not only show a grand juror asking FBI Special Agent John Smith where he got the church's banking records but the federal prosecutor peppering church members with questions about the church and Pastor Banks.
strict evidentiary criterion for an indictment: a grand juror should
When a grand juror asked "so we're to disregard this [presumably referring to [section] 563.046 R.S.Mo.
In time of peace there is no higher duty a citizen can perform than that of jury service; however, few citizens when called to serve have any understanding of the principles that control the actions of the grand juror.
(52) The grand jury can start looking at evidence and investigating "merely on suspicion that the law is being violated, or even just because it wants assurance that it is not." (53) Furthermore, this suspicion can be based on tips, rumors, hearsay, speculation, or the grand juror's personal knowledge.
One of his first tasks was to compromise federal grand juror Hoppy Heidelberg and get him kicked off the grand jury.