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Legal SeverityPlay
Used for serious crimes, not minor offenses, emphasizing the gravity of the situation. SlideThe indictment for embezzlement underscored the seriousness of the financial misconduct.
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Before TrialPlay
An indictment happens before a trial, starting the legal process, not concluding it. SlideAfter the indictment, the accused will prepare for the upcoming court battle.
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Grand Jury RolePlay
A grand jury usually decides to indict someone, not a single judge. SlideThe grand jury's indictment brought the corporate fraud case to the public's attention.