NJSA 2B:21-7 Indictment
An indictment may be found only upon concurrence of 12 or more grand jurors who either were present during, or who have read or listened to the record of, all of the proceedings concerning the indictment and who have examined all exhibits presented with respect to the indictment.
2B:21-8. Record of proceedings
The testimony of witnesses, comments by the prosecuting attorney, and colloquy between the prosecuting attorney and witnesses or members of the grand jury shall be recorded stenographically or electronically.
2B:21-9. Statement of investigation
a. A person who has been investigated by a grand jury and against whom no indictment has been returned, may request the grand jury to issue a statement indicating that a charge against the person was investigated and that the grand jury did not return an indictment from the evidence presented. The grand jury shall issue the statement upon the approval of the court which summoned the grand jury. The statement shall issue upon the completion of the investigation of the charge, but not beyond the end of the grand jurys term.
b. A person who has been called to appear before a grand jury for a purpose other than the investigation of a charge against the person, may request the grand jury to issue a statement indicating that the person was called only as a witness in an investigation, and that the investigation did not involve a charge against the person. The grand jury shall issue the statement upon the approval of the court which summoned the grand jury. The statement shall issue upon the completion of the investigation of the charge or a series of related charges, but not beyond the end of the grand jurys term.
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