One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A jury, typically of twenty-three people, selected to examine the validity of an accusation before trial.
- ‘A federal judge officially convenes both types of grand juries, though a prosecutor (someone from a U.S. Attorney's office) actually conducts the proceedings.’
- ‘Four grand juries examined the case without returning an indictment.’
- ‘There was talk of empaneling a grand jury to go over some of that evidence.’
- ‘After he turned down the plea bargain, a grand jury indicted Webb on fourth degree criminal contempt.’
- ‘He was indicted by a federal grand jury on illegal gun possession charges.’
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