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bulletCan grand jurors change their mind after they've indicted someone?
bullet Can grand jurors sign an affidavit saying they would not have indicted if the prosecutor had not presented misleading information?
bullet "Infamous crimes"--part 1:
bullet "Infamous crimes"--part 2:
bullet Can a federal agency be indicted?
bullet Are there standard forms of indictments or complaints?
bulletDoes a grand jury referral establish a prima facie case?
bullet Does an indictment give a prosecutor an advantage? (#1)
bullet Does an indictment give a prosecutor an advantage? (#2)
bullet How do I find out if I've been indicted?
bulletWhat is the difference between an amended indictment and a superseding indictment?
bulletWhat’s the difference between a presentment and an indictment?
bulletCan a grand jury be asked to indict again, if it fails to do so?
bulletHow can I get a copy of an indictment?
bulletCan a U.S. Attorney tell someone the grand jury did not indict them?
bulletIf a grand jury fails to indict, can the prosecutor try again to get the person indicted? Is a grand jury a trial?
bulletWhat is a target of a grand jury investigation? What should I do if I think I am a target? (Coming soon)
bulletHow long does a grand jury have to return an indictment? (Coming soon)

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