Clinton Grand Jury
NPR's Barbara Bradley reports on issues surrounding the new grand jury empanelled by Independent Counsel Robert Ray to investigate President Clinton. Legal experts say Ray may have needed a new grand jury to look at new evidence, or simply to get the subpoena power necessary to tie up loose ends. Since he took over the office from Kenneth Starr, Ray has said he was not ruling out the possibility of trying to indict Clinton after his presidential term ends.
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