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Dowie and Stodder were indicted last year by a federal grand jury on conspiracy and wire fraud charges alleging they bilked the city Department of Water and Power out of more than $300,000.
Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald is wrapping up his federal grand jury inquiry, and speculation is rampant about who may be indicted--or whether anyone will be indicted--for the main crime.
A federal grand jury has returned a superseding indictment focusing on Albert Robles, former South Gate, Calif.
When the facts of the substantial case indicate that the subjects may have violated the civil rights of the victims, a federal grand jury convenes to formally investigate the incident.
Frankel, the bond trader accused of absconding with about $250 million of assets belonging to a group of insurance companies, was indicted by a federal grand jury in October.
On August 4, 1994, a federal grand jury in Minneapolis issued a 51-count indictment against Genentech, Inc.
But then disturbing allegations surfaced: that Ickes knew about mob infiltration of a labor union he represented as a lawyer in New York, and that he had lied to a federal grand jury in connection with a stock transfer deal involving then-Mayor David Dinkins.
Bonds, the Chronicle reported, "told a federal grand jury that he used a clear substance and a cream supplied by [BALCO] but he said he never thought they were steroids.