The Criminal Grand Jury of Los Angeles County attends hearings brought by the District Attorney’s Office. The objective of this jury is to determine, on the basis of evidence presented by the District Attorney’s Office, whether certain persons should be charged with crimes and required to stand trial in Superior Court. The Criminal Grand Jury is an accusatory body and not a trial jury; therefore, the burden of proof is much lower. Specifically, the Criminal Grand Jury must decide if there is a strong suspicion the individual committed the alleged crime.
According to this passage ____

The Criminal Grand Jury is responsible for deciding if the alleged perpetrator of a crime should stand trial.

Explanation

The passage states that the Criminal Grand Jury weighs evidence to determine whether certain persons should be required to stand trial in the Superior Court.

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