What is an indictment? An indictment is the official charging for a person with a criminal offense.
While I am not an attorney, my experience as a private investigator is that indictments (at least in my area) are for felony criminal charges.
Side Note: Misdemeanor charges are filed with a “criminal complaint”.
The prosecutor will present evidence to a Grand Jury and seeking an indictment of an individual for a crime.
Some say this process is pretty one-sided. And it really is. The old joke is, “A prosecutor can indict a ham sandwich if he wants to”.
This weeks OSINT training video is about what an indictment looks like and the information you can find in one.
This video is a short clip from my full paid skip trace training course, The Investigator’s Ultimate Guide to Missing Persons and Fugitives: How to Skip Trace When Social Media Fails.
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