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As defined in the [[Criminal Procedure Law]], an indictment is "a written accusation by a [[grand jury]] . . . filed with a [[superior court]], which charges one or more defendants with the commission of one or more [[Offense|offenses]], at least one of which is a [[crime]], and which serves as a basis for prosecution thereof."<ref>Criminal Procedure Law &sect; 1.20 (2)</ref>
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As defined in the [[Criminal Procedure Law]], an '''indictment''' is "a written accusation by a [[grand jury]] . . . filed with a [[superior court]], which charges one or more defendants with the commission of one or more [[Offense|offenses]], at least one of which is a [[crime]], and which serves as a basis for prosecution thereof."<ref>Criminal Procedure Law &sect; 1.20 (2).</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 15:54, 29 May 2021

As defined in the Criminal Procedure Law, an indictment is "a written accusation by a grand jury . . . filed with a superior court, which charges one or more defendants with the commission of one or more offenses, at least one of which is a crime, and which serves as a basis for prosecution thereof."[1]

Notes

  1. Criminal Procedure Law § 1.20 (2).