Q: Okay I xxx was shot in July 31 2016 in my abdomen in which the bullet exited my back authorities here in
Newton county was informed from Me who the alleged shooter was as well as the shooters orchestrator I after being dismissed from hospital went to local headquarters gave my statement both parties had been charged but still my case haven't been heard in front of grand jury and it's now past two years I've called only to receive inaccurate information in regards to when my case was to be pursed I after a year and a half contacted the dea and they seemed alarmed about this fact about two weeks later the deputy came and asked me for my medical records in which it thru an alarm but after that stated I would be on the next docket in which again false information provided in regards to my case was wondering if I had grounds to purse charges against the county authorities for dangering my life giving them the opportunity to post bond after committing such crimes towards me providing false information in regards to my case pain and suffering not being able to sleep knowing that my shooter is fr
A: Sadly, no. When it comes to pursuing a case, it is within the prosecutor's discretion as to when the case is presented to the grand jury. In other words, there really is no way to force the local law enforcement or DA into speeding things up.
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