if aperson is upboued to a grand jury, tht person is not supposed to be a subject or a target of the investigation, but that person could incriminate himself. he should consult witha lawyer about this.
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Could they...yes but if they are giving him immunity in the grand jury, which is standard, he should be fine.
If he is really concerned, he can hire an attorney or ask one to be appointed for him.
Either way, he has to show.
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He should have counsel and he should not waive his right to immunity in his grand jury testimony.
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Consult with a criminal defense attorney to make sure he gets immunity before he testifies.
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