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Grand Jury Investigations

Nearly all federal prosecutions, and many state prosecutions, involve a grand jury investigation prior to filing formal charges. If a grand jury decides to bring an indictment, the prosecutor can bring charges. If you are the target of a federal or state investigation, it is important to act quickly and decisively. It is absolutely critical to have an attorney on your side as soon as possible.

For years, people throughout South Carolina have relied on me, Ryan L. Beasley. Based in Greenville, I defend people facing grand jury investigations in state and federal courts. My goal in every grand jury investigation is to persuade the government that an indictment is not supported by the evidence. I understand the need for discretion, and will do my best to minimize the impact of an investigation on your personal and professional life.

Getting The Government To See The Truth As Early As Possible

Many criminal investigations begin with someone who provides potentially incriminating information to the police and prosecutors. This witness may provide incorrect, incomplete or uncorroborated information to the grand jury, which can give the prosecutor a biased view of the case. With an experienced lawyer such as myself on your side, you can make certain that your side of the story is heard. With a full view of the facts, it is possible the government will decide not to bring an indictment. Even if the government decides to file charges, I will be with you each step of the way.

Contact Ryan L. Beasley

Call 864-991-3379 or toll free 800-761-1985, or contact my law firm online to schedule a consultation. From my office in Greenville, I represent people in Spartanburg, Anderson and beyond.