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Art. 415.1. Selection of additional grand juries

Upon the request of the district attorney, the court shall order one additional grand jury to be impaneled. Such additional grand jury shall be selected in the same manner and have the same qualifications, duties, powers, and responsibilities, and be subject to the same provisions of law which presently govern grand juries, except as to duration and the duty to inspect facilities as provided by R.S. 15:121. However, no grand jury may concurrently conduct an inquiry into any offense or matter or receive evidence of any offense or matter which is under investigation by another grand jury impaneled in the same parish. This additional grand jury shall be impaneled and presided over by the judge who impaneled the existing regular grand jury or a judge appointed by him to act in his absence.

Acts 1990, No. 74, §1.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp415.1

Art. 415.1. Selection of additional grand juries

Upon the request of the district attorney, the court shall order one additional grand jury to be impaneled. Such additional grand jury shall be selected in the same manner and have the same qualifications, duties, powers, and responsibilities, and be subject to the same provisions of law which presently govern grand juries, except as to duration and the duty to inspect facilities as provided by R.S. 15:121. However, no grand jury may concurrently conduct an inquiry into any offense or matter or receive evidence of any offense or matter which is under investigation by another grand jury impaneled in the same parish. This additional grand jury shall be impaneled and presided over by the judge who impaneled the existing regular grand jury or a judge appointed by him to act in his absence.

Acts 1990, No. 74, §1.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp415.1

Art. 415.1. Selection of additional grand juries

Upon the request of the district attorney, the court shall order one additional grand jury to be impaneled. Such additional grand jury shall be selected in the same manner and have the same qualifications, duties, powers, and responsibilities, and be subject to the same provisions of law which presently govern grand juries, except as to duration and the duty to inspect facilities as provided by R.S. 15:121. However, no grand jury may concurrently conduct an inquiry into any offense or matter or receive evidence of any offense or matter which is under investigation by another grand jury impaneled in the same parish. This additional grand jury shall be impaneled and presided over by the judge who impaneled the existing regular grand jury or a judge appointed by him to act in his absence.

Acts 1990, No. 74, §1.

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