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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of impanel.
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If the prosecutor impanels a second grand jury, as what has happened with Rove, much of the documentation from the initial grand jury will have to be reviewed by the second grand jury.
The bailiff of a franchise or liberty is the officer who executes writs and processes, and impanels juries within the franchise.
Judge Frank Kelly impanels a grand jury in Circuit Court with instruction that "no one has a right to sell whiskey except through regular government permits," despite the repeal of the
The district impanels review teams of parents, teachers, school administrators, community leaders and construction personnel to help supervise major building projects.