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Superior Court Rules Superior Court Rule 63: Recording of grand jury proceedings

Effective Date: 08/01/2020
Updates: Amended July 8, 2020, effective August 1, 2020

(Applicable to criminal cases)

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Rule 63

All testimony given before a grand jury shall be recorded by a court reporter appointed by a justice of the Superior Court, who shall be sworn, or recorded electronically by a method approved by the Trial Court. Unless otherwise ordered by the court, transcripts of the record of the testimony shall be furnished only as required by the district attorney or attorney general.

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