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Aggravated assault charge leveled against Florida woman

Individuals can sometimes have unexpected reactions to certain situations. When a person is faced with a difficult predicament, he or she may act out of pure emotion rather than thinking through the logical options. Unfortunately, when an individual acts impulsively, police may become involved, and charges for assault or other allegations could fall upon that person.

What is a grand jury? Why is it important to my case?

Most people familiar with the criminal justice system understand the role of an arraignment, especially if they have been arrested and are being held in custody pending their first appearance. But before an arraignment (or an arrest for that matter), chances are that charges are brought against the accused through a grand jury indictment, especially if the accused has not been arrested. This is a formal notice that the state is bringing criminal charges against a defendant and it is a call for the accused to appear and answer to them.

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