Results for: Indictment

What is an indictment?

It is a formal charge, or accusation, against a person. An indictment is the charging instrument the state uses to accuse an individual of a crime. It must allege that the d (MORE)

What are indictments?

  An "indictment" is a document issued by a grand jury charging one or more persons with the commission of a criminal offense. In most states, a matter involving a "capita (MORE)

Sentence with indictment?

After a formal investigation, OJ Simpson received an indictment,  followed by a trial. He was found not guilty in the famous court  case concerning the death of his wife.

How do you get indicted?

  The prosecutor presents evidence of a crime to a group of citizens. This group is known as the grand jury. Grand Juries vary from state to state and the federal governme (MORE)

What were the indictments of Nixon?

On July 27, 1974 the House Judiciary Committee voted 27 to 1 to recommend the first article of impeachment against the president: obstruction of justice. The second article (a (MORE)

How can you indict on a conspiracy?

If the evidence presented to the Grand Jury by the Prosecutor's Office supports the allegation that more than one person was involved in carrying out a criminal offense, then (MORE)

What is a unsealed indictment?

Generally speaking all indictments from a Grand Jury are handed down "unsealed." It is usually only in exceptional cases (e.g.: multiple defendants for instance) where the in (MORE)

Where are indictments held?

Indictment presentations are made to a Grand Jury. The physical location of a Grand Jury can be anywhere but usually they occupy chambers in a county,state, or federal courtho (MORE)