Grand Jury Bureau

The now truncated Grand Jury Bureau is a necessary administrative adjunct to all the other bureaus, including the Felony Trial Bureau. It consists of one prosecutor who supervises two sitting grand juries (who hear evidence), four stenographers (who record and transcribe grand jury proceedings), three paralegals (who obtain and organize all necessary forensic and documentary evidence) and two secretaries (who processes all indictments and other required legal paperwork associated with grand jury proceedings). All grand jury reports, indictments, no-bills and returns, regardless of the division or bureau to which a case is assigned, are processed through the Grand Jury Bureau.