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Sometimes the grand jury can come back with no indictment, and if that happens, the prosecutor can go back to the grand jury and present more evidence to see if they come back with the indictment. That might be what's going on.
Also, keep in mind that in many jurisdictions, the grand jury sits for months and hears more than just your case. Since they have other matters to consider, they might not have made a decision yet.
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