Grand Jury Representation
Before specific federal felony charges are filed against you, prosecutors must take their case in front of a grand jury to determine whether there is enough evidence to indict you. Grand jury proceedings include written defense arguments and evidence presented in order to obtain a dismissal, also referred to as a "no bill." Your grand jury defense representative will need a strong understanding of legal motions and constitutional points of law relating to preparation of evidence, including polygraph test documentation.Good Grand Jury Representation is Made Much Simpler With Beaver Courie on Your Side
Attorney H. Gerald Beaver has over 35 years experience in representing witnesses, subjects and targets, both individual and corporate, in federal grand jury investigation. When the FBI shows up at your office with a Federal Grand Jury document subpoena, don't' ask your office manager to get the ten lowest bid for an attorney. Put those 35 years of experience to work for you and call H. Gerald Beaver.Providing Grand Jury Representation Throughout North Carolina Since 1978
If you have received a subpoena to appear before a grand jury as a witness or a target of indictment, the attorneys of Beaver Courie are ready to provide experienced representation. If you have received a subpoena for documents, the mere act of providing them without proper representation may cause you to forfeit you 5th Amendment right against self- incrimination.
Beaver Courie provides grand jury representation in the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern Middle and Western districts of North Carolina and the District of South Carolina. Contact our offices in Fayetteville or Raeford, North Carolina, to schedule a consultation with H. Gerald Beaver, an AV rated* criminal defense attorney who is listed in Best Lawyers in America. Our attorneys are dedicated to providing the highest quality grand jury representation for our clients and adhere to the strictest standards of ethics and competence. We willingly accept the challenge of unpopular federal cases and provide support services and assistance to other law firms that may need to rely on our grand jury experience on a case-by-case basis.
We handle all grand jury cases, including providing services for:
- Constitutional arguments for protections
- Legal motions for the suppression of evidence
- Written arguments of evidence for the defense
- Polygraph test documentation
If you have received a subpoena to be a witness at a grand jury proceeding, you must be aware of your constitutional rights. During a grand jury hearing, you may be required to answer questions relating to the subject of the hearing. It is easy to say something which may incriminate you or implicate you in the charges being investigated. This may quickly turn you from a witness, into a target. It is always a good idea to talk to an experienced attorney to explain the grand jury process and inform you of your constitutional rights.
- Federal criminal defense
- Grand jury representation
- Violent crimes, homicide, assault
- Drug offenses
- DWI and traffic offenses
- White collar crime, fraud
- Sex crimes
- Internet crimes
Contact us to schedule a consultation. Our law firm has been honored to be listed among "North Carolina's Legal Elite" and have earned recognition as "North Carolina Super Lawyers" and "Best Law Firm" by leading publications.