Definition of 'grand jury'
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British English: grand jury NOUN
A grand jury is a jury, usually in the United States, which considers a criminal case in order to decide if someone should be tried in a court of law.
They have already given evidence before a grand jury.
- American English: grand jury
- Brazilian Portuguese: júri de instrução
- Chinese: 大陪审团
- European Spanish: jurado de acusación
- French: jury d'accusation
- German: Großes Geschworenengericht
- Italian: giuriaformata da 12 a 23 membri
- Japanese: 大陪審
- Korean: 대배심
- European Portuguese: júri de instrução
- Spanish: jurado de acusación
Definition of grand jury from the Collins English Dictionary
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