Written by attorney William Daniel Dillon | Feb 21, 2015

Frequently Asked Questions in Responding to Federal Grand Jury Subpoenas

The grand jury process is the system where federal criminal cases begin. When the prosecutor's office believes a crime has been committed (such as when the FBI or other federal investigative agency has been conducting a criminal investigation) it will go to the grand jury to obtain an Indictment.

Additional resources provided by the author, U.S. Attorney's Manual, Chapter 9; Criminal Resource Manual

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