What exactly is a federal grand jury investigation?

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A federal grand jury is a group of normal citizens that have been called for jury duty. But instead of the six or twelve members that you see in the jury box, this is a jury that is actually made up of a large group of people that are being called to determine whether or not sufficient evidence is present to be able to returns what's called a true bill or an indictment against a particular party. (silence)