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During orientation, 12 jurors will be picked for grand jury.
The grand jury will be sworn in and will meet, usually 3 days per month in the 3 month period. The grand jury determines whether or not to indict, which means to bring a formal, criminal charge against an individual for a felony.
Grand jurors do not decide whether a person is innocent or guilty.
They hear evidence to decide if there is sufficient proof to support an indictment and require the accused to stand trial.
A foreperson is chosen by the 12 jurors.
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