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Grand Jury Subpoenas and Requests for Interviews

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Grand Jury Subpoenas and Requests for Interviews

Often, companies and possible witnesses to criminal conduct are served with grand jury subpoenas or, in the alternative, are asked to meet with investigators on an “informal” or “informational” basis.  Misunderstanding the nature of a grand jury appearance or an “informal interview” can result in grievous consequences for both individuals and corporations alike.   While an individual may initially be considered only a “witness” in a pending matter, that status can change quickly to “subject” or “target.”  As a result, it is critical to engage an experienced attorney who can ensure that a client’s rights are always protected during the process.  

Peavy frequently represents both individuals and corporations in responding to subpoenas and can provide immediate assistance in protecting your rights and interests against those of the prosecuting authorities. 

Consider a defense lawyer if you've been requested for a: