Federal Grand Jury

 
 

Rod Blagojevich was reindicted, February 4 2010, Blagojevich re-indicted, US Supreme Court decision, US attorney’s office Chicago, USDOJ, New 24 count indictment, Federal grand jury, racketeering, attempted extortion, bribery

From Chicago Breaking News, February 4, 2010. “Blagojevich re-indicted, but accusations the same” “Former Gov. Rod Blagojevich was re-indicted in his corruption case today as prosecutors seek to keep an upcoming decision from the U.S. Supreme Court on “honest services” fraud from delaying Blagojevich’s June trial. The new 24-count indictment was handed up by a federal grand jury, the U.S. attorney’s office in Chicago announced.” “Blagojevich was indicted last April on 16 counts, including racketeering conspiracy. The revised indictment does not allege any new wrongdoing by Blagojevich but includes eightRead More


Federal Grand Jury, 4th branch of government, Leo Donofrio, 5th Amendment, US Constitution, Constitutional power, We the people, US Supreme Court has upheld, Creighton Law Review, American Juror, Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure 1946, Rule 7

From Leo Donofrio: “The Federal Grand Jury is the 4th Branch of Government [I originally posted this essay at my Citizenspook blog back in 2005.] All of us may one day serve as grand jurors in federal court, and I hope this article will educate the reader to his/her true power as granted by the Constitution. For that power, despite having been hidden for many years behind the veil of a legislative fraud, still exists in all of its glory in the 5th Amendment to the Constitution. The US Supreme CourtRead More