I am a victim of financial crime and due to the well connected nature of the offenders the county and police officials are NOT taking action them.One attorney told me to write directly to the Grand jury/jurors? He did not elaborate much further as he did not have time to take up my case. What does this mean? Is not jurors are selected after a case come to trial? Or Grand jury is different? Are they selected and posted for a specific month/year in a county/district? Can I write directly to them?
If I am/can write to Grand jury, what I can/cannot write to them? Can I send them the evidence which the police are not willing to look at it or investigate?
You should direct your letter to the presiding juror of the grand jury in care of the courthouse. Tell him/her what your problem is and ask for them to investigate and why they should. That's it. If they do, they do. If they don't, they don't.
I agree with Mr. Johnston. You can send them copies of whatever you want and state your problem. They will decide if they want to investigate or not. (Generally they do not, but they might,) You would be better off to hire a lawyer to help you put the packet together.
The grand jury is a group of citizens who review cases and issue bills if indictments. Not bad advice to send them a letter outlining your situation
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