Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 6(d)

Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 6(d)

Definition

Limits the people who may be present while a grand jury is in session to attorneys for the government, the witness being questioned, necessary interpreters, and the court reporter, and limits the people who may be present while the grand jury is deliberating or voting to jurors and interpreters needed to assist a hearing-impaired or speech-impaired juror.

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