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A Grand Jury is a jury of inquiry who are summoned and returned by the Sheriff to each session of the criminal courts, and whose duty it is to receive complaints and accusations in criminal cases, hear the evidence adduced on the part of the State, and find bills of the indictment in cases where they are satisfied that a trial should be held. They are first sworn and instructed by the Court.
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Second Monday in April and October (OCGA 15-6-3)
The Clerk of Court’s Office does not report information to any credit bureau. The credit bureau comes into the Clerk’s Office and examines the public records to get their information.
Douglas Judicial Circuit, composed of only Douglas County.
No, but you must have the proper documents and know how to proceed.
No, we must remain impartial for all parties, and we represent the Court in all matters.
Approximately 4 to 6 weeks, depending on the number of transactions the Office is handling at that time.
Contact the Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles.
Contact the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department.
A Traverse Jury is a petit jury or a trial jury - a jury impaneled to try an action or prosecution.