I’ve got days and days of grand jury questions… At the end, you say that having Detective Head on the grand jury “cannot happen.” Do you mean “it cannot happen” in a fair universe, or “it cannot happen” because it’s not legal and the bikers’ attorneys can try to do something about it later? What would happen to a grand juror who caused a schedule train wreck? Does the prosecutor have the power to kick them off or somehow exclude them? Or can the prosecutor just lie to a curious juror to speed things along? Is lying allowed, either legally or because there are no consequences? Lastly, since you didn’t suggest it, would I be right to assume that Judge Strother can’t simply take the detective off the biker case when it comes up? During a term, once a grand juror, always a grand juror?