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Criminal Constitutional law educator

Joseph Dante Grano, American law educator. Bar: Pennsylvania 1970, Michigan 1977. Member American Bar Association, American Law Institute.

Background

Grano, Joseph Dante was born on November 11, 1943 in Olympia, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Dante J. and Sara R. (Giuffrida) Grano.

Education

AB, Temple University, 1965. Juris Doctor, Temple University, 1968. Master of Laws, University Illinois, 1970.

Career

Bar: Pennsylvania 1970, Michigan 1977. Assistant district attorney Philadelphia District Attorneys Office, 1970-1971. Assistant professor of University Detroit, 1971-1974, associate professor, 1974-1975.

Professor of law Wayne State University, Detroit, since 1975. Deputy assistant attorney general unites states department Justice, 1988. Visiting professor law Cornell Univercity, 1978-1979, University of California-Berkeley, 1981-1982.

Reporter Michigan Criminal Procedure Rules Committee, since 1982. Lecturer Michigan Judicial Institute, since 1978, American Judicial College, 1986.

Achievements

  • Bar: Pennsylvania 1970, Michigan 1977.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Problems in Criminal Procedure, second edition, 1981. (with James Haddad and Yale Kamisar) Sum and Substance of Criminal Procedure, 1977. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Bar Association, American Law Institute.

Connections

Married Maura D. Corrigan, July 11, 1976. Children: Megan, Daniel.

father:
Dante J. Grano

mother:
Sara R. (Giuffrida) Grano

spouse:
Maura D. Corrigan

child:
Daniel Grano

child:
Megan Grano