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Federal Grand Jury     View
Includes FAQs and other information on federal and state grand juries. From a "former defense attorney who is now a Professor of Law." Note: many of the news links are dead.

Center for Jury Studies     View
Features research papers on topics related to juries and jury trials. Includes a series of papers on hung juries, a manual addressing juror stress, and news and documents on jury trial innovations and technologies. From the National Center for State ...

Law Tips Archive: Expert Witnesses     View
Small collection of annotated links to websites for locating expert witnesses, focusing mostly on experts for the U.S. legal system. From the Wirtz Labor Law Library, U.S. Department of Labor.

Expert Witnesses: Researching Factual Experts to Use in Litigation     View
Research guide on expert witnesses, who are used by lawyers to "help demonstrate and provide foundation for the factual bases for their clients' claims or defenses." Includes books, websites, and commercial databases. From the Marian Gould ...

Frequently Asked Questions About the Grand Jury System     View
This FAQ about the federal grand jury system covers the purposes of the grand jury, typical term, selection of jurors, reasons for secrecy of grand jury proceedings, and specifics of the proceedings, such as witness consultation with a lawyer, immuni ...

Handbook for Federal Grand Jurors     View
"This Handbook will acquaint persons who have been selected to serve on a federal grand jury with the general nature and importance of their role as grand jurors." Discusses the origins and history of the grand jury, grand jury tasks, selec ...

CourtTV: News     View
Daily updates and documents about current criminal and civil court cases (generally those of popular interest). Includes video, and special features. Note: some content only available to subscribers. From Court TV.

Federal Courts Home Page     View
A clearinghouse for information from and about the Judicial Branch of the U.S. Government. Gives information about the operation of the federal judicial system.

Court Web Sites     View
Links to U.S. state and municipal courts, federal courts, and international courts. From the National Center for State Courts (NCSC).

Go to Court or Mediate: How to Survive an Encounter With an American Courtroom     View
This collection of self-help tips for surviving a court case advises that the "best way for a nonlawyer to survive the courtroom is to avoid it altogether -- by settling your dispute or arranging to have it diverted to mediation." Topics in ...



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