Within some criminal justice systems, a preliminary hearing, preliminary ... At
grand jury proceedings, the defendant is not entitled to counsel, and indeed may
Unlike a preliminary hearing, held in court with the defense side present, the
grand jury does not make its decision in the context of an adversary proceeding.
Courts often use preliminary hearings prior to criminal trials, instead of grand
juries, which are adversarial in nature. As with grand juries, preliminary hearings
Some states conduct preliminary hearings only when a felony is charged, and
other states utilize a "grand jury indictment" process in which a designated group
Apr 9, 2010 ... If the grand jury finds probable cause they return an indictment which ... If a
preliminary hearing is held and the judge finds probable cause the ...
Annotation: This comparison of the preliminary hearing and grand jury in pretrial
screening in two Arizona counties examines the reasons for prosecutors' ...
May 1, 2015 ... Federal Laws vs. ... Preliminary Hearing -- Within 10 days of arrest on a
Complaint, the accused also has the right to a Preliminary ... Grand Jury -- The
final decision to prosecute a federal criminal case rests with a grand jury.
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The magistrate judge must hold the preliminary hearing within a reasonable time,
but ... A grand jury indictment may properly be based upon hearsay evidence.
In this story about Michael Jackson, they mention that grand jury indictments are
usually kept secret until the defendant is arraigned and it got ...