By Collin County Criminal Defense Lawyer Jeremy Rosenthal
If you have gotten a a letter notifying you of a grand jury date in Collin County, Texas, it means the District Attorney’s office is attempting to indict you for a felony. You need a lawyer immediately.
A grand jury is a body of citizens appointed by a district judge who meet regularly to review whether there is sufficient evidence to issue a true bill of indictment for a felony offense. An accused does not have the right to be present nor present a case to the grand jury.
Though you don’t have many rights when it comes to a grand jury proceeding, you do have a lot of legal strategy to consider.
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