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The Not So Grand Jury: The Story of the Federal Grand Jury System (Hardback)
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The Not So Grand Jury: The Story of the Federal Grand Jury System (Hardback)

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Hardback 108 Pages / Published: 05/08/1993
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This is a first person, insider report of what goes on in an institution which, the author believes, is too thickly shrouded from public view by traditions of secrecy. Blank reports on the Federal Grand Jury's daily practice, true costs and serious problems. Armed with a two year stint on a federal grand jury, careful background research and many interviews, she provides insights into the myths and truths of the system. Blank also suggests a number of reforms intended to revive productivity.

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780819191007
Number of pages: 108
Weight: 327 g
Dimensions: 222 x 145 x 16 mm


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...provides a useful analysis of the strength and weaknesses of the federal grand jury system. -- Ruth G. Weintraub, Distinguished Fellow, Academy for Educational Development * Newsday *
A creative essay....all concerned with the American judicial processes must confront the critical issues raised by Professor Blank's provocative study. It belongs in every law school and in college curriculums covering the judiciary. -- Jewel Bellush, Professor Emeritus, Hunter College * Newsday *
The Not So Grand Jury^R is an often-blistering indictment of the nation's federal grand jury system, which cost an estimated $4.21 million in 1988-1989 and which Blank concludes has wandered far afield from the Founding Father's intent.^RRRRR * Newsday *
The Not So Grand Jury^R is an often-blistering indictment of the nation's federal grand jury system, which cost an estimated $4.21 million in 1988-1989 and which Blank concludes has wandered far afield from the Founding Father's intent.^R * Newsday *
...provides a useful analysis of the strength and weaknesses of the federal grand jury system. -- Ruth G. Weintraub, Distinguished Fellow, Academy for Educational Development * Newsday *
A creative essay....all concerned with the American judicial processes must confront the critical issues raised by Professor Blank's provocative study. It belongs in every law school and in college curriculums covering the judiciary. -- Jewel Bellush, Professor Emeritus, Hunter College * Newsday *

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