Because much of federal grand jury practice is derived from common law and custom – rather than statutes or court rules – Federal Grand Jury: A Guide to Law and Practice
is key to understanding the process. In this step-by-step guide to the federal grand jury process, you'll find practical information on issues such as:
• Clients' rights
• Special privileges available to a witness
• The structure and functions of federal grand juries
• How a grand jury is selected and how long it serves
The set also includes sample pleadings and forms and a list of different types of immunity and when each is given.