Chuck Ross consulted by New York Times on Spitzer/Bruno “Troopergate”

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A Request to Release Findings on Spitzer

“ ‘It's a very limited and narrow provision that essentially deals with the subpoena itself and any following proceedings in connection with a motion to quash,’ said Charles A. Ross, a criminal defense lawyer. ‘The grand jury is supposed to be a protection for citizens,’ he said, adding, ‘they can tar anybody with the process if they can make that process public.’ Stephen Gillers, a professor of legal ethics at New York University, agreed.”