What is Bill Of Indictment?

Legal Definition
A written accusation of one or more persons, of a crime or misdemeanor, lawfully presented to a grand jury, convoked, to consider whether there is sufficient evidence of the charge contained therein to put the accused on trial. It is returned to the court with an endorsement of true bill (q. v.) when the grand jury are satisfied that the accused ought to be tried; or ignoramus, when they are ignorant of any just cause to put the accused upon hi.% trial.
-- Bouviers Law Dictionary
Legal Definition
A formal written document accusing a person or persons named of having committed a felony or misdemeanor, lawfully inid before a grand jury for their action upon it. If the grand jury decide that a trial ought to be had, they indorse on it "a true bili ;" if otherwise, "not a true bill" or "not found." State v. Ray, Rice (S. C.) 4, 33 Am. Dec. 90.
-- Black's Law Dictionary
Legal Definition
A written accusation of crime presented to a grand jury. See Rice (S. C.), 1, 33 Am. Dec. 90.
-- Ballentine's Law Dictionary