Federal Grand Jury Investigations Require a Highly Skilled Federal Defense Attorney
A federal grand jury investigation is responsible for the preliminary investigation of potential federal crimes. A federal grand jury has the power to subpoena witnesses and order the production of documents. These “pre-indictment” powers exist before charges are filed and before a trial begins. The federal grand jury has the power to issue subpoenas for evidence without probable cause. If you receive a federal grand jury subpoena, it’s paramount you immediately establish representation from a highly trained Federal Defense Attorney.