In less than two weeks, two grand juries have decided not to indict white police officers for the killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, both unarmed black men. So what is the purpose of a grand jury and how does one work?
Bulletproof: A Three-Part Investigative Series
“A Chronicle investigation reveals how often Houston police fire on civilians – and how officers are rarely charged in shootings.”
What’s the Difference Between a Grand Jury and a Trial Jury?
How Does A Grand Jury Work?
It’s Incredibly Rare For A Grand Jury To Do What Ferguson’s Just Did
Ferguson’s Grand Jury Problem
Civil Rights Leaders Call For March On Washington For Eric Garner, Michael Brown
The Judge Who Coined “Indict a Ham Sandwich” Was Himself Indicted
The Bias of the Supreme Court
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