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Grand Jury Secrecy: What is it? How long does it last?
bullet Secrecy and leaks
bullet Can I get access to the transcripts of a 1930 grand jury proceeding?
bulletCan I get the files from a 1978 grand jury are they available to the public?
bulletCan I get the names of the jurors who sat on a federal grand jury n 1948?
bulletHow can we get records that are in the hands of the U.S. Attorney, and may have been subpoenaed by a grand jury?
bulletAre prosecutors bound by secrecy?
bulletCan the public find out when a grand jury was convened?
bulletCan a U.S. Attorney tell someone they are being investigated by a grand jury?
bulletCan a U.S. Attorney tell someone the grand jury did not indict them?
bulletCan I get a transcript of the proceedings of the grand jury that indicted me?
bulletWhy are grand jury proceedings secret? (Coming soon)
 

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