United States v. Belfield
Holding, Findings, and Matters of Law
The Court found that the district court’s ex parte in camera review determining the legality of the surveillance and not requiring disclosure to defendant was in keeping with the enacted FISA procedures. 692 F.2d at 147. The Court also held that not requiring disclosure and an adversary hearing did not violate the defendant’s Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights. Id. at 148-49.
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United States. Department of Labor; United States. Department of Health and Human Services; United States. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; United States. Department of Justice (1998-01-20)