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The Law and Practice of Congressional Investigations

John C. Grabow

The Law and Practice of Congressional Investigations

by John C. Grabow

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Published by Prentice Hall Trade .
Written in English


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Number of Pages1590
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Open LibraryOL7342271M
ISBN 100135264685
ISBN 109780135264683

The rich history of congressional investigations from the failed St. Clair expedition in through Teapot Dome, Watergate, Iran-Contra and Whitewater has established, in law and practice, the nature and contours of congressional prerogatives necessary to maintain the integrity of the legislative role in that constitutional scheme. These have included everything from routine inquiries to high-visibility state and federal investigations, to grand jury proceedings and criminal trials to congressional investigations. These investigations can be complex and pose difficult issues of individual rights and public policy.

Over the last four years, she has helped train over House and Senate staffers from both parties on investigative techniques. She has also authored a variety of materials related to oversight including a book on PSI investigations, “Financial Exposure: . Robert K. Tanenbaum is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-five legal thrillers and has an accomplished legal career of his own. Before his first book was published, Tanenbaum had already been the Bureau Chief of the Criminal Courts, had run the Homicide Bureau, and had been in charge of the training program for the legal staff for the New York County District Attorneys Office/5.

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