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November 20, 2019

New York Law Journal

By: Joel Cohen

In his latest column for the New York Law Journal, Joel Cohen details his recent experience being in a grand jury room while reflecting on his experiences with the process from the prosecutor side many years ago.

“I must admit that there were some moments in my grand jury days that, in retrospect, I’m not totally proud of,” Joel writes. “Had someone been there — a lawyer, or neutral magistrate of sorts — watching me every time I presented, things might sometimes have been a little different.”

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