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in the Texas process. Additionally, the grand jury presents the physical indictment to the court to invoke jurisdiction and put the accused on formal notice of specific accusations so he or she can properly prepare a mcDonalds Restaurant defense. . However, there are recognized exceptions when the necessity of disclosure exceeds the need for secrecy. Releasing grand juror names may certainly be helpful in monitoring the composition of grand juries to prevent discrimination; however, the argument for release of this information does not account for the policy rationale served by grand jury secrecy: insuring utmost freedom to the grand jury. 124 Larry Karson, Choosing Justice: The Implications of a Key-Man System for Selecting a Grand Jury, at 12, October 8, 2004. The only people that did not benefit in that case was Alfred Brown and his significant other. Additionally, the county provides no instruction on the publics right to challenge the composition of the grand jury, so a person with the fortitude to make such a challenge would not even know how to.
Cammack, University of Houston Law Center. If the accused, or anyone for that matter, believes that discriminatory practices 131 were used in the selection of the grand jury, that person may challenge the composition of the grand jury. As discussed in the next section, to permit disclosure of matters occurring before the grand jury to be made public record would frustrate the purpose of secrecy in the first place. United States, 11-9335 (2013 the Court expanded on Apprendi and Blakely by ruling that a defendant's right to a jury applies to any fact that would increase a defendant's sentence beyond the minimum otherwise required by statute. As a collateral matter, the key-man system fosters a prosecutorial practice known as grand jury shopping. Today, Alfred Browns case puts the key-man system back in the sights of the media for demonstrating that injustice can still occur when a biased grand jury is impaneled. As seen from the intense interrogation of Erica Dockery, the grand jury, especially the foreman had an agenda to return an indictment. _ (2011 the Court ruled that admitting a lab chemist's analysis into evidence, without having him testify, violated the Confrontation Clause. When all of the policy rationales for secrecy can be achieved with a method that is not susceptible to abuse,.e.
Other Information, jury Duty Scams, Prohibited Items List, Judicial opinion pieces, posters celebrating the service of jurors. In Alfred Browns case the grand jury was composed of people who were of a higher socio-economic status with differing values than the defendant. Should a panel of potential grand jurors be chosen individually or by random?
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