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Libby was convicted of four felonies in 2007 for perjury in testimony to a federal grand jury, lying to F.B.I. investigators and obstruction of justice.
In February, a St. Louis grand jury indicted Greitens on charges of felony invasion of privacy, accusing him of photographing a lover nude without her consent.
An Elmore County grand jury cleared the officer who fired the fatal shots; the officer's name was not released.
Bradley's case was bound over to a Cuyahoga County grand jury that will decide how the case proceeds.
Also on Thursday, a Burlington County grand jury indicted 40-year-old Jimmy Flakes, of Lawnside, on the strict-liability charge for causing the death of a Marlton man last September.
Satoya Johnson, a 30-year-old former TSA agent without a criminal record, was arrested at her home March 20, five days after a Broward County grand jury indicted her on a second-degree murder charge.
On Friday, a Harris County (Texas) grand jury indicted Bennett on a felony charge of injury of the elderly.
The discussion of Landry's bill comes a week after a Baton Rouge grand jury indicted four of the 10 men who were facing criminal charges for Gruver's death.
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law : a group of people who look at the evidence against someone who has been accused of a crime in order to decide if there should be a trial
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