G is For ~ Grand Jury
A Grand Jury will Indict a Ham Sandwich.
A Grand Jury is different from a Petit Jury or what most people think of when they think of a jury. A grand jury is not the jury of peers that listens to evidence to determine whether a person is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
A Grand Jury is a secretive process.
A grand jury is a group of people that are selected and sworn in by a court, just like jurors that are chosen to serve on a trial jury.