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Grand jury vs. Petit jury

A grand jury decides whether or not there is sufficient evidence to press charges for a crime. During a grand jury hearing, the defense attorney doesn't really do anything, and usually the defended isn't even there. The purpose of a grand jury is to limit the power of the government to charge citizens without evidence. A petit jury is a "real jury" that you see in the movies. When formal charges are pressed, the petit jury hears evidence and testimony in a criminal trial and decides the guilt or innocence of the defendant.

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