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Author: Henry Cohen
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: 110th, 111th, congresses, legislation, law, privilege, overview, journalists’
Number of Pages: 14
Published: 2011-04
ISBN-10: 1437926940
ISBN-13: 9781437926941

Though the Supreme Court concluded that the First Amendment does not provide a journalists¿ privilege in grand jury proceedings, 49 states have adopted a journalists¿ privilege in various types of proceedings. Journalists have no privilege in fed. proceedings. This report discusses how Congress has considered creating a journalists¿ privilege for fed. proceedings, and bills to adopt a journalists¿ privilege were introduced in the 110th and 111th Congresses in both the House and Senate. These bills generally would provide for a more narrow privilege than the privileges provided by state law
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Author: Edward C. Liu
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: involving, classified, information, litigation, limits, secrets, privilege, state
Number of Pages: 23
Published: 2010-03
ISBN-10: 1437919626
ISBN-13: 9781437919622

The state secrets privilege is a judicially created evidentiary privilege that allows the govżt. to resist court-ordered disclosure of info. during litigation, if there is a reasonable danger that such disclosure would harm the nat. security of the U.S. Contents of this report: (1) U.S. v. Reynolds: Asserting the Privilege; Evaluating the Validity of the Privilege; Effect of a Valid Privilege; (2) Totten v. U.S.: Special Case of Nonjusticiable Contracts for Espionage; (3) Classified Info. Procedures Act and Secret Evidence in Criminal Litigation:Withholding Classified Info. During Discovery;
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Author: Morton Rosenberg
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: practice, recent, developments, updated, law, history, claims, executive, privilege, presidential
Number of Pages: 44
Published: 2010-01
ISBN-10: 1437923208
ISBN-13: 9781437923209

Contents: (1) Introduction: The Watergate Cases; Post-Watergate Cases; Executive Branch Positions on the Scope of Executive Privilege: Reagan Through George W. Bush; Implications and Potential Impact of the Espy and Judicial Watch Rulings for Future Executive Privilege Disputes; Recent Developments: George W. Bush Claims of Executive Privilege ; (2) Concluding Observations; (3) Appendix: Presidential Claims of Executive Privilege From the Kennedy Administration Through the George W. Bush Administration: 1. Kennedy; 2. Johnson; 3. Nixon; 4. Ford and Carter; 6. George H. W. Bush; 7. Clinton; 8.
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Author: Edward C. Liu
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: involving, classified, information, litigation, limits, secrets, privilege, state
Number of Pages: 23
Published: 2010-10
ISBN-10: 1437928021
ISBN-13: 9781437928020

The state secrets privilege is a judicially created evidentiary privilege that allows the govżt. to resist court-ordered disclosure of info. during litigation, if there is a reasonable danger that such disclosure would harm the national security of the U.S. The Classified Info. Procedures Act provides pretrial procedures that permit a trial judge to rule on questions of admissibility involving classified info. before introduction of the evidence in open court. Contents of this report: (1) U.S. v. Reynolds: The Seminal Case: Asserting the Privilege; (2) Totten v. U.S.: The Special Case of Nonj
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Author: Georges Mathieu
Publisher: Robert Morel
Keywords: tre, privilge
Number of Pages: 229
Published: 1967
ISBN-10: 2351200047
ISBN-13: 9782351200049
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Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: law, enforcement, hearing, federal, effective, privilege, legislation, preserving, reporters’
Number of Pages: 146
Published:
ISBN-10: 142232348X
ISBN-13: 9781422323489
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Author: Ronan Deazley
Publisher: Open Book Publishers
Keywords: copyright, history, essays, property, privilege
Number of Pages: 454
Published: 2010-06-01
ISBN-10: 190692418X
ISBN-13: 9781906924188

What can and can't be copied is a matter of law, but also of aesthetics, culture, and economics. The act of copying, and the creation and transaction of rights relating to it, evokes fundamental notions of communication and censorship, of authorship and ownership - of privilege and property. This volume conceives a new history of copyright law that has its roots in a wide range of norms and practices. The essays reach back to the very material world of craftsmanship and mechanical inventions of Renaissance Italy where, in 1469, the German master printer Johannes of Speyer obtained a five-year
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