California Supreme Court Limits Disclosure of Grand Jury Evidence to Civil Litigants

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This article published in the February 2009 edition of Privacy & Data Security Law Journal explores the background of California’s limits on the disclosure of grand jury evidence, a recent decision by the California Supreme Court that the state’s courts have no inherent power to order disclosure to civil litigants, and some of the decision's practical implications for future California civil actions.

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