Serving Dallas-Fort Worth And All Of North Texas
As the former foreman of the Collin County Grand Jury (2008), Keith Gore brings a unique perspective to representing clients in the grand jury process.
In order to charge someone with a felony offense, the prosecution must first obtain a grand jury indictment. Unless that right is affirmatively waived by the accused, a prosecution for a felony offense cannot proceed to court without a grand jury indictment. If a grand jury indicts a charge then they return what is called a “true bill” of indictment. On the other hand, if the grand jury does not indict, they return a “no-bill.”
In Texas state court, the accused can generally present information to the grand jury through the prosecutor in charge. Knowing whether and what information to present to a Texas state grand jury can make the difference between being indicted, no-billed or charged with a lesser crime.
Texas Grand Jury Representation
Keith Gore has obtained “no-bills” for clients charged with a broad range of felony offenses, including:
- Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon
- Possession of a controlled substance (cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin)
- Attempted murder
- Assault family violence (enhanced with prior convictions)
- Sexual assault
- Indecency with a child
- Driving while intoxicated 3rd offense
- Burglary of a building
- Burglary of a habitation
- Evading arrest in a motor vehicle
- Other violent and nonviolent felony charges
Contact A Top Proven Grand Jury Representative, Keith Gore
Based in McKinney, Texas, experienced criminal defense attorney Keith Gore represents clients in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and throughout North Texas. Read what former clients have to say about working with Keith Gore. Contact Keith Gore by phone or online to find out what he can do for you.