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It's well known a prosecutor can get an indictment for anything, or very high probability. But why exactly is it held in secret? Why can't a defense lawyer be present? Furthermore the government doesn't want a defendant to see or will never see what was said, unless there is a abuse of discretion or perjury is indicated. Even then, they still may bar any defense from seeing what was said.
If there is evidence of a defendants innocence, will the prosecutor usually suppress this evidence at the Grand Jury, or if he knows someone is lying, to let them lie to the Grand Jury, in order to get convictions later on in the judicial proceedings?