Written by attorney William Daniel Dillon

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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