Intro to Criminal Justice

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Since grand juries are either investigating or accusing bodies and do not determine guilt or innocence:

a. they are of little value to contemporary criminal procedure.
b. they foster prejudice and corruption.
c. most prosecutors bypass them.
d. many of the elements of due process are absent.

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