Can a GJ indictment be thrown out if all the evidence available at the time was not presented?

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If evidence clearly suggesting innocence was not presented to the Grand Jury and was available at the time can you ask that the decision be thrown out and a new Grand Jury hearing be done? This is in Arizona, Maricopa County.

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Aaron Michael Black

Answered 2 years ago

It is possible. At the Grand Jury not all evidence needs to be presented. However, if the evidence that was not presented was exculpatory, there will be a very good argument. I have won numerous grand jury remand motions on this issue. You should contact a criminal defense lawyer.