Reexamining the Grand Jury: Prosecutors, Police, and Race - Part II [webinar]

Equal Justice & the Grand Jury: Achieving Racial Fairness

Presented by: Angela J. Davis, Professor, American University Washington College of Law; Peter L. Davis, Assoc. Professor Emeritus, Touro College Law Center, Central Islip, NY; Ross H. Garber, Shipman & Goodwin, Hartford, CT; Tanya Clay House, Director of Public Policy, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law; and Darryl A. Stallworth, Esq., Oakland, CA, former Alameda County Deputy District Attorney

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Equal Justice & the Grand Jury: Achieving Racial Fairness

Moderator: Angela J. Davis, Professor, American University Washington College of Law
Panelists: Peter L. Davis, Assoc. Professor Emeritus, Touro College Law Center, Central Islip, NY; Ross H. Garber, Shipman & Goodwin, Hartford, CT; Tanya Clay House, Director of Public Policy, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law; and Darryl A. Stallworth, Esq., Oakland, CA, former Alameda County Deputy District Attorney

The grand jury has long drawn criticism for failing to serve its purpose as a shield against unwarranted charges. Recently a new charge has been leveled: that prosecutorial influence over the grand jury permits law enforcement misconduct to go unpunished. Both facets of the issue will be discussed in turn by two distinguished panels of experts.

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