The CIA Leak Case and Grand Juries

A federal grand jury investigating the leak of a CIA operative's name to the press adjourns without announcing any indictments.

In Depth

Attention is focused on the grand jury's proceedings and whether top White House aides could be indicted for revealing Valerie Plame's identity.

Daniel Richman, a professor at Fordham Law and former federal prosecutor in New York, explains grand jury procedures and practices.

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