Fear Not For the Ham Sandwich:

What Really Happens in the Grand Jury

With all the recent controversy and legal analysis over the indictment of former President Trump, please join the Harvard Law School Association of Massachusetts in a discussion of what really happens in the Grand Jury room and in the Grand Jury process. Our panelists will comment on the Grand Jury processes in Manhattan, Georgia and the Eastern District of Virginia.

We are very fortunate to have two experienced lawyers who have had extensive experience in dealing with Grand Juries, both from the prosecutor's perspective and the defendant's and witnesses' perspective.

Tim Moran, HLS 1997, has been an Assistant U.S. Attorney since 2004 and in the District of Massachusetts since 2007. He is the Chief of the Organized Crime and Gang Unit and previously supervised all criminal civil rights cases in the District. He has extensive experience with Grand Juries.

Douglas Brooks, HLS 1997, is a partner at the law firm of Libby Hoopes Brooks & Mulvey in Boston, where he specializes in white collar criminal defense. He both regularly advises clients who have been subpoenaed to testify before the Grand Jury and represents defendants after they have been indicted by the Grand Jury.

There will be ample opportunity for attendees to ask questions of our two presenters.



Event Information



12:30PM - 1:30PM Mon 15 May 2023, Eastern timezone


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