What Is A Secret Indictment Warrant?

What is a secret indictment warrant?

A secret indictment is when the subject of the indictment is not made aware of early legal proceedings against them. During this time, the prosecutor will present charges against you to a grand jury. The prosecutor will need to provide enough evidence for the grand jury to decide on pursuing the case.

You or the subject of the accusation does not need to be present during a secret indictment. Bear in mind that the conclusion of an indictment does not decide if someone is innocent or guilty.

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