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April 13, 2021, Originally published in the New York Law Journal

By: Joel Cohen

The recent Rochester grand jury investigation by New York’s Attorney General that resulted in a no true bill against seven police officers in the death of Daniel Prude has raised questions regarding a prosecutor’s ethical obligations in presenting cases before a grand jury. In an article entitled “The Ethics of a One-Sided Grand Jury Presentation,” Stroock senior counsel Joel Cohen shares his views on whether prosecutors have a legal or an ethical duty to share exculpatory evidence and make balanced arguments before a grand jury. 

Read Cohen’s article here

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