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@lndsjcbs Was answering the question of whether the DA was elected. @JanisRothermel @USATODAYsports
@CjNascar6767 Believe so. @jeff_gluck
@tonystewart6112 In case you hadn't seen it (and you might have): usat.ly/1piuYwt might answer some questions.
@Kid67y In case you hadn't seen it (and you might have): usat.ly/1piuYwt might answer some questions.
@3X824 No; that's how the process is described in the handbook: "The grand jury may vote to dismiss the charges, also known
as a 'no-bill.'"
@HarrisVince Not according to the New York guidelines. Defense attorneys only present if the client in question is testifying.
@dalejr88in2011 Will miss @MikeHoag88. @JRMotorsports @DaleJr
@JanisRothermel The Ontario County DA was re-elected to a four-year term in 2013 for the seventh time. @lndsjcbs @USATODAYsports
@Tater01 Good question. Statement from DA unclear. Grand juror handbook seems to imply prosecutor can define proposed charges. @jeff_gluck
On @USATODAYsports: Questions about what a grand jury is and how it works in New York? Some answers here: usat.ly/1piuYwt #nascar
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