A Petit Jury - serves the entire length of the trial and until they render a verdict.A Grand Jury serves for a specifically set period of time.
You can serve on a jury in CA if you are a felon as long as you are not on probation or parole.
How long does a person have to be indicted by a grand jury before charges are droped.
Members of a grand jury are randomly chosen from a jury pool. Jury duty is a requirement for American citizens. Americans and typically summoned for jury duty as often as every four years. Grand Jury has long been considered one of the highest duties of citizenship and a unique opportunity for the individual citizen to participate in the administration of justice.
Jurors actually chosen to serve on a jury must serve until the end of the trial and they have delivered a verdict.
(in the US) as long as a person is a citizen of the country they are eligtible for jury service regardless of their racial or ethnic background.
Not enough info to answer. If your jurisdiction is one that does not have a Grand Jury constantly in session, it may take until one is convened before the accumulated cases can be presented and acted upon.
28 daysAdded: There is no "set" time period. All Grand Jury presentments are conducted in closed session.Occasionally the indictments may be held until the end of the Grand Jury's term (however long that may be) before they are released.
Un-answerable question - there is no time limit set by statute.
For as long as their session lasts.
Generally, the life of the accused, although a specifically convened grand jury has until they are excused or ajourned. There is no statute of limitation on murder in the US though, so indictment may be sought by the prosecutor for as long as the accused remains breathing.
In 2005, she served a year long prison sentence for lying to a jury.
A supreme court judge serves a life term.
Grand Juries do not conduct trials. They hear presentments and decide if enough Probable Cause exists to prosecute a defendant in court.
Un-answerable question - there is not time limit set by statute.
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Until the Grand Jury (or the court) hands it down (issues it). There are no statutory limitations on how long unissued indictments can be held before actually being served.
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There is no time limit set in law. A Grand Jury can take as long as they like to investigate and consider a case that is presented to them.
Normally yes, so long as you are not considered a risk for flight. (running away)
Court jury trials where the jury was taking a long time to decide the case.
If the jurisdiction in question adheres to the Grand Jury system of indictment, the GJ will indict by handing down a "true bill" in the sequence in which it was presented to them. HOWEVER - if the jurisdictions NOT utilizing a Grand Jury system, your Preliminary Hearing IS your idndictiment and the presiding judge decides if there is enough Probable Cause to bind you over for trial.
Texas Code of Criminal Procedure requires 12 to sit on the Grand Judy and usually two alternates are selected as well (most grand jury terms last long enough that there is a risk of losing a member or two due to illness, death, or family emergency).A quorum of 9 is required to 'true bill' or return an indictment against a suspect.
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