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BILL OF INDICTMENT Definition & Legal Meaning

Law dictionary entry - legal definition of embargo

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A formal written document accusing a person or persons named of having committed a felony or misdemeanor, lawfully laid before a grand jury for their action upon it. If the grand jury decide that a trial ought to be had, they indorse on it “a true bill;” if otherwise, “not a true bill” or “not found.”

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