What is a Grand Jury? How does a Grand Jury work? What is the meaning of the 5th amendment? In this short lecture we look at the origins of the Grand Jury, how it made it's way into the Bill of Rights, how they operate as well showing you some examples of the Grand Jury. Learn about the Magna Carta here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66ZcXBUx5IA and more about Watergate here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MwsORIyko0 and check out hundreds of hiphughes history vids here http://hiphugheshistory.weebly.com/the-video-arsenal.html
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