PROCEEDINGS IN CRIMINAL CASES
MULTICOUNTY GRAND JURIES CONVENED BY THE SUPERIOR COURT
[RSA 600-B:2 repealed by 2020 17:10, effective June 30, 2022.]
600-B:2 Contents of Superior Court Order.
I. An order convening a multicounty grand jury pursuant to RSA 600-B:1 shall:
(a) Designate a superior court judge to be the presiding judge over such multicounty grand jury and provide that such judge shall, with respect to all proper activities of the multicounty grand jury, have jurisdiction over all counties or judicial districts thereof in the jurisdiction of the multicounty grand jury;
(b) Designate a location or locations for the multicounty grand jury proceeding, which may be conducted remotely with appropriate technologies; and
(c) Provide for such other incidental arrangements as may be necessary.
II. All matters to be included in such order shall be determined in any manner which the chief justice of the superior court deems appropriate, except that the supreme court may adopt general rules, consistent with the provisions of this chapter, establishing standard procedures for the convening of a multicounty grand jury.
Source. 2020, 17:9, eff. July 17, 2020.