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Six month terms beginning either in February or September. http://www.courts.state.md.us/clerks/frederick/jurorinfofaqs.html#faqs05

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How long does a jury serve?

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.


Can felons serve jury duty in Calif?

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 grand jury serve?

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How long does a person have to be indicted by a grand jury before charges are droped.


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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.


How long will jurors be asked to serve?

Jurors actually chosen to serve on a jury must serve until the end of the trial and they have delivered a verdict.


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Do chinese people serve in jury?

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If you get charge for grand larceny how long does the DA have to take it to grand jury?

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.


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Un-answerable question - there is no time limit set by statute.


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