Prosecutors, Witnesses, Subpoenas, and Freedom of Speech

Friday, January 1, 2016

Prosecutors, Witnesses, Subpoenas, and Freedom of Speech

The New York Times discusses federal prosecutors and their requests that witnesses who receive subpoenas not disclose the existence of those subpoenas, citing the danger to ongoing investigations. But defense attorneys and others say such requests can be intimidating.

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