Taking what it called a rare step, an appeals court has reversed the conviction of a man for robbing a convenience store in 2010 because the evidence heard by grand jurors was so rife with inadmissible elements that it invalidated his identification.
A 'Fundamentally Flawed' Grand Jury Forces Reversal
New York Law Journal
December 31, 2012
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