Yes a grand jury can indict him. He needs a attorney so that he can present evidence to the grand jury,
First thing, if he has been in jail on a felony charge for 90 days and has not been indicted, your boyfriend is entitled to be released. If he has an attorney, make sure that the attorney is on top of the fact that he has been in for 90 days. If he doesn't have an attorney, he needs to get one ASAP.
Second, if the state presents his case to the grand jury and the grand jury finds there is sufficient evidence, he will be indicted. The word of one person can be sufficient for an indictment. Many child molestation cases are indicted based on the the word of the child alone. Make sure he has a good attorney that has experience handling this type of case.
YOU BET THEY CAN INDICT HIM!
The evidence is their testimony and that is PLENTY of evidence for them.
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