Title
CJSP07final
By
tappe
Description
4 CRIMINAL JUSTICE ■ Spring 2007 One of the most complex and difficult areas of curreen grand jury law is the intersection of the grand jury’s subpoena power and the Fifth Amendment rights of those subpoenaed. Grand juries issue subpoenas for only one reason—to obtain evidence of a crime. It folloow that those subpoenaed will be called upon at times to produce documents or give testimony that might tend to incriminate them. Because this tension is inherent in the nature of the grand jury process...

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