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Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 6(e)


Protects the secrecy of grand jury proceedings. The rule prohibits persons involved in grand jury trials such as the grand jurors, court interpreter, and government attorneys from disclosing matters occurring before the grand jury. Those who violate the rule may be punished by contempt of court.

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