As the nation waits for a possible indictment of the Trump Organization to be handed down by the New York grand jury in connection with District Attorney Cy Vance’s investigations, the question is often asked – why does it seem to take prosecutors so long to indict people for their crimes?
This video explains the difference between “reactive” grand jury investigations in which an arrest is made and prosecutors labor under strict court deadlines and “proactive” grand jury investigations – like those against Matt Gaetz, Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump and others – where there is no arrest and therefore no deadlines. Here are consequences of cases the prosecutors work in the grand jury with no deadlines.
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