It has been said by American barristers that in the USA an especially effective prosecution team can get a typical American grand jury to hand down an indictment "against a bologna sandwich". As such, in the USA there is little motive for prosecutors to rig a grand jury, but of course many American barristers will take every advantage they can get, so there has probably been some rigging of the membership of quite a few American grand juries over the course of this 21st century.
not really a grand jury is empanelled to determine if charges are warranted not to determine guilt and the standard of proof for charging someone is much lower and ba<x>sed on likihood not certainty therefore the old saying is u can get a ham sandwich indicted is probably true
Yes if the panel raises the money to buy out the jury. It happens all the time. Remember the Michael Jackson case?
Everything about the government is rigged. lol