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Grand Jury Reports

A grand jury is a type of jury that determines whether there is probable cause to charge someone with a crime.  Grand juries carry out this duty by examining evidence and issuing indictments, or by investigating alleged crimes and issuing presentments. A grand jury is traditionally larger than juries used during a trial.

At the State Attorney's Office, the Grand Jury unit is responsible for the investigation of all homicides, suspicious deaths and various other crimes.  A prosecutor and an investigator are available 24-hours a day to respond to homicide crime scenes and to assist law enforcement officers with legal issues in the investigation of homicides and other suspicious deaths. 

The unit prosecutor is the legal advisor to the Grand Jury to whom he/she presents all first degree murder cases and necessary investigations.

Fall 2016
Report on the Proliferation of Fraud and Abuse in Florida's Addiction Treatment Industry

Fall 2012
Presentment Regarding Unregulated Transportation of Children

Winter 2012
Presentment Regarding the Death of Eric Perez while in the Custody of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.

“Operation Friends and Family” Suncoast High School Sponsored Overseas Band Trips London, England (2006/2007) and Paris, France (2007/2008).

Spring 2011
Status Report-Investigation of County Governance and Public corruption issues.

Winter 2010
Status Report-Investigation of County Governance and Public Corruption Issues

Spring 2009
Investigation of County Governance and Public Corruption Issues

Winter 2007
Individual Unethical Behavior within City of West Palm Beach Ethics Committee


Fall 2006
Business Practices of the City of West Palm Beach