United States v. Isa
Holding, Findings, and Matters of Law
The Court found the “district court did not err in concluding probable cause existed to believe [defendant] was agent of a foreign power and that each of the places where the electronic surveillance was conducted was being used or was about to be used by him.” 923 F.2d at 1304. The Court also found that the district court properly conducted an in camera and ex parte review under § 1806, and appellant was not entitled to disclosure. Id. at 1306. The Court also concluded that the appellant did not have Sixth Amendment rights violated by the ex parte, in camera review. Id. at 1806-07.
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Gibson, John R., 1925-
United States v. Isa, 923 F.2d 1300 (8th Cir. 1991)
United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit