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What Can You Expect in a Grand Jury Subpoena?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

The federal grand jury process is a unique proceeding that can have significant consequences for those who are called to testify. Federal prosecutors use grand jury proceedings as a means to gather evidence from individuals who may either be witnesses to suspected illegal activity or suspects in the government’s investigation. However, it is not unusual…

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Grand Jury Subpoena in Sober Living Home Investigations

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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What to Do When You Receive a Grand Jury Subpoena In Connection with Urine Drug Testing Kickbacks Oberheiden, P.C. has significant experience in representing clients in federal grand jury proceedings in all areas, including urine drug testing and sober living home investigations. Throughout our careers, we have handled over 1,000 grand jury subpoenas across the…

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3 Things You Should Do When You Receive a Grand Jury Subpoena

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Dr. Nick Oberheiden, Esq. www.federal-lawyer.com Direct: (214) 469-9009 1-800-810-0259 Including Weekends Every year, the Department of Justice issues thousands of federal grand jury subpoenas to targets of criminal investigations. While the thought of receiving a subpoena is clearly a scary one, it is important to note that in many cases the intrusiveness of subpoenas can…

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Defending Clients Against Grand Jury Subpeonas In Healthcare Cases

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Dr. Nick Oberheiden, Esq. www.federal-lawyer.com Direct: (214) 469-9009 1-800-810-0259 Call Us on Weekends Generally speaking, healthcare fraud is prosecuted by prosecutors from the Department of Justice, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Department of Health and Human Services, or the Department of Defense, in combination with investigating agents from the FBI and the Office of Inspector…

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Functions and Powers of the Grand Jury

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Function. The task of a federal grand jury is to decide whether probable cause exists to believe that a person or entity (referred to as “target” or “subject”) committed a federal offense. A grand jury proceeding can result in either indictment against a defendant or a “no-bill.” In case of a “no-bill,” the person will…

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