PARTICULAR GRAND JUROR NEED NOT BE PRESENT AT EVERY SESSION TO VOTE DEFENDANT TRUE BILL
The requirements of FED. R. CRIM. PRO. Rule 6 do not impose a perfect attendance requirement upon the grand jury but only that a quorum be present at every session.
U.S. v. Provenzano, 688 F.2d 194, 201(3d Cir. 1982); United States v. Williams, CRIMINAL ACTION No. 20-55 SECTION “F” (E.D. La. Aug. 10, 2020); Cf. Breese v.
United States, 33 S. Ct. 1 (1912) (Grand Jury Clause does not require the indictment to be presented to the court by the entire “body” of the grand jury).
It is true that grand jurors may vote upon an indictment if they are not present at every session.