"This Article examines pre-indictment publicity or, more accurately, grand jury subject-matter relevant media publicity. It examines the Rice shooting and Loehmann-Garmback grand jury process to determine, from a legal and policy perspective, what should be done to safeguard the integrity of the grand jury process in which police officers are investigatory targets for alleget use of lethal force, when the controversy is racially-charged, and where the media demonstrates pro-law enforcement and anti-minority bias."
Reconsidering Pre-Indictment Publicity: Racialized Crime News, Grand Juries and Tamir Rice, 8 ALA. C.R. & C.L. L. REV. 1