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A(n) ____ is a formal complaint that the prosecutor lays before a grand jury.
A(n) ____ is a formal complaint that the prosecutor lays before a grand jury. Answer: Indictment
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User: A(n) ____ is a formal complaint that the prosecutor lays before a grand jury.

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A(n) ____ is a formal complaint that the prosecutor lays before a grand jury.
Answer: Indictment
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