Saturday, November 25, 2006

Grand Jury Secrecy

Rule 6(e) is important as it sets forth the importance of grand jury secrecy.  And according to an article by Josh Gerstein of the New York Sun here, the secrecy may have been violated in a recent government case.  The article provides details on a court's recent ruling finding a prima facie case that government officials may have violated grand jury secrecy.  This means the ball is in the government's court to show otherwise. For more details see here.


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