Multiple Parties Push to Open Garner Grand Jury Record

, New York Law Journal


The effort to make public the grand jury proceedings after the death of Eric Garner is intensifying, as the New York Civil Liberties Union, the New York Post and New York City Public Advocate Letitia James all filed disclosure motions this past week.

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Originally appeared in print as Calls Grow to Unseal Grand Jury Evidence in Eric Garner Case

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  • Gregg Morris, Hunter College

    So pleased that the heat is on to insure justice in the criminal justice system

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