Emails sent by a former grand-jury supervising judge to reporters discussing whether he could release certain grand jury-related documents do not rise to a clear level of ethics or grand jury violations, ethics experts who reviewed the emails have said.

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane raised questions Wednesday about former supervising grand-jury Judge Barry Feudale’s emails to two Philadelphia Inquirer reporters in the months after he was removed from his supervisory role. Kane released the emails after media outlets reported on their existence.

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