To examine all aspects of the federal government by initiating its own investigations.
To serve as ombudsmen for the citizens of the country in respect to constitutional rights. and privileges established under the organic documents of the United States of America, as properly amended from time to time.
To conduct criminal investigations of members of the federal government, and, if the evidence is sufficient, issue criminal indictments.
The National Grand Jury is empowered to:
Inquire into the condition and management of branches of the federal government and its agencies. • Investigate and report on the operations, accounts and records of federal officers, departments, and functions.
Inquire into the willful or corrupt misconduct in office of public officers.
Submit a final report of its findings and recommendations, no later than the end of its term, to the Presiding Juror of the National Grand Jury.