Grand Jury Investigations
If you received a grand jury subpoena, you should consult with a lawyer immediately.
You may be a “witness” or a person of interest commonly referred to as a “subject” or “target” of a grand jury investigation that a prosecutor may be seeking to file criminal charges against you or have you testify against someone else. You are entitled to know what classification you fall under. Your lawyer can speak to the prosecutor in charge of the investigation and learn what they want from you.
When you receive a subpoena for a grand jury investigation, talk to the law offices of Sam Rabin.
As soon as you know you are part of a grand jury investigation, contact an experienced defense attorney who can find out what the case is about and what type of questions you will be expected to answer.
What are your rights in a grand jury criminal investigation? Talk to a lawyer who is concerned about your rights and your best interests.
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One of the biggest mistakes people make is talking to law enforcement or a grand jury without legal counsel. Too often, an unprepared witness can talk himself or herself into trouble – and into a grand jury indictment.
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