In a decision that is drawing notice throughout the criminal defense bar, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit recently held that grand jury witnesses are entitled to review their testimony in ongoing investigations.

Defense attorneys characterize the ruling as among the most significant grand jury reforms in recent memory, one that could induce more witnesses to testify, eliminate misstatements that lead to perjury charges and curb prosecutorial overreaching.

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