Grand Jury / Pre-Arrest Investigations


The best time to get Gill and Brissette involved in your important case is when you first suspect that you are under criminal investigation. The police do not have to inform you if you are the target of an investigation. They can also ask you to appear at their department or subpoena you to a grand jury in an attempt to question you under oath about your involvement. In either event, experienced legal representation is crucial as early as possible in your case. Dealing with the authorities without proper legal representation can lead to serious consequences. By intervening early in the law enforcement investigation, we have on many occasions been able to prevent the filing of formal charges. We can often prevent the filing of charges by conducting our own parallel investigation and by strongly fighting for our client’s rights.

Through these efforts our team has been successful in ceasing the filing of many serious charges such as aggravated sexual assault of a child, sexual assault, and assault on a peace officer.

We have also been successful in obtaining grand jury no-bills (essentially dismissals of cases) on serious charges such as aggravated kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault, and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Our successes at the grand jury level starts with our involvement from the inception of the investigation, where we can most commonly interrupt the continuance of a case. 

We encourage you to take advantage of the experience and skill of The Law Offices of Gill and Brissette by involving us early in the criminal justice process..

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