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Date: Wed, 25 Jun 1997 10:07:44 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Grand Jury at work (or out to lunch?) 

>Please check out www.juri.com/.  It's the website for a new group called the
>JUdicial Reform Initiative.  Not all of their subtopics are available yet,
>but a brief explanation of what they're about is available, and Operation 372
>is accessible.  
>We didn't ALWAYS have a situation in which the prosecutor could go into the
>Grand Jury room and lead them around by the nose!  And in the early days of
>our Constitutional Republic, judges routinely told the jury that they had the
>right - and the duty - to judge the law itself and the way in which the law
>was being applied as well as the facts of the case!
>Check out the Fully Informed Jury Association as well.
>Susan W. Wells
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