.... an INDICTMENT.
In the US, that would be a "Grand Jury."
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An ex-officio indictment is an indictment presented to a higher court when no committal has occurred for the relevant charges in the indictment.
An indictment is, essentially, to be formally accused of something. An example sentence is: The indictment was absolutely humiliating for him.
No, and usually they are not. Also: It is not an indictment "hearing," it is an indictment presentment to the Grand Jury.
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it is misspelled indictmenthttp:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indictment
The antonym for indictment is absolution, exoneration, or acquittal.
Tagalog translation of INDICTMENT: pag-aakusa
It means the grand jury refused to return an indictment. An indictment is sometimes called a "bill of indictment."
The Grand Jury handed down a four count indictment.An indictment charges someone but it does not determine guilt.With his indictment of the US President, the Republican Senator caused a national debate.An indictment is not just used in law but in everyday language.
How do you get an indictment discovery and get it within a resonable amount of time?
If the indictment is returned as TRUE, yes.
That is the correct spelling of "indictment" (a formal charge in a crime).
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The word amend means to change. So a motion to amend indictment means a motion to change the indictment.
An indictment or process that supersedes the original of such.
A supervening indictment refers to a formal charge of felony. It is an indictment by the Grand Jury that orders the defendant to report to court for the arraignment.
An indictment is a charging document. If a person was already out on bail and then indicted, the indictment would be for new charges.
Indictment for a felony- you may not POSSESS a gun.
Each count of an indictment is a separate criminal charge against the person.
An indictment is a formal accusation that a person has committed a crime. A direct indictment is one in which the case is sent directly to trial before a preliminary inquiry is completed.
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The indictment has already been issued. The statute of limitations no longer applies.