How is the Grand Jury structured?
The presiding judge selects a foreperson for the Jury.

The foreperson then selects the foreman pro-tem, the recording and corresponding secretaries and a sergeant-at-arms.

Committees are then formed with each juror serving on several committees.

These committees include:

  • Administration and Audit Committee

  • County Services and Special Districts Committee

  • Continuity and Tracking Committee

  • Edit and Final Report Committee>/li>
  • Health, Education and Social Services Committee

  • Law, Justice and Public Safety Committee

  • Public Relations and Recruiting Committee

  • Complaint Review

These committees conduct the majority of the work concerning investigations. A general business meeting is held monthly with all Grand Jury members present to coordinate activity. Grand Jurors are a diverse volunteer group of citizens from all five County districts. A mix of ethnic, gender, age, and economic differences best serves the community.

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1. What is the Grand Jury?
2. What is the Grand Jury Function?
3. Who are the Grand Jury members?
4. What does the Grand Jury do?
5. What is the Grand Jury’s Jurisdiction?
6. How is the Grand Jury structured?
7. Who can be a Grand Jury member?
8. How are Grand Jury members selected?
9. Who can request a Grand Jury Investigation?
10. How can I contact the Grand Jury?
11. How to file a complaint:
12. What is the Final Report?