USC Law Faculty
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November 21, 2014
re: Heidi Rummel
Heidi Rummel was interviewed about a grand jury decision on a police-involved shooting in Ferguson, Mo. “The benefit of a grand jury is that it can give you a real sense of where the community stands on the evidence and how they’re viewing it… it’s an opportunity to put uncooperative witnesses under oath,” Rummel said.