United States v. Badia
Holding, Findings, and Matters of Law
Defendant argued that the evidence should be suppressed on the grounds that the surveillance was imposed not to seek foreign intelligence information, but to conduct a criminal investigation. 827 F.2d at 1462. The Court held that the government complied with FISA requirements, and that district court’s in camera review of the application required no disclosure to defendant to determine legality of the surveillance. Id. at 1464.
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