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The News Media & The Law
May 1, 2015
Brian Karem moderates a panel of journalists who have spent time caged by the state for doing their jobs at a National Press Club Freedom of the Press event, June 1, 2015. Panelists from left to...
The News Media & The Law
February 1, 2012
AP Photo by Rick Bowmer Nathan Nicholson, right, speaks to reporters while his defense attorney Gerald M. Needhan looks on. Nicholson’s father, an imprisoned spy, is under special...
The News Media & The Law
November 1, 2011
In this column, the Reporters Committee attorneys discuss hot-topic questions related to recent issues in media law. Here are our answers. Q: Can I obtain the governor’s calendar under my state...
The News Media & The Law
February 1, 2010
From the Winter 2010 issue of The News Media & The Law, page 4. As plans to try the architects of the Sept. 11 attacks in a federal courtroom in downtown Manhattan crumbled under the weight of...
The News Media & The Law
February 1, 2010
From the Winter 2010 issue of The News Media & The Law, page 4. United States v. Moussaoui Zarcharias Moussaoui is a French national arrested for his involvement in 9/11. He represented himself...
The News Media & The Law
November 1, 2008
From the Fall 2008 issue of The News Media & The Law, page 41. Cases   ACLU v. NSA, 493 F.3d 644 (6th Cir. 2006) 11 Armstrong v. Executive Office of the President, 90 F.3d 553 (D.C. Cir....
The News Media & The Law
November 1, 2008
From the Fall 2008 issue of The News Media & The Law, page 5. The courts have historically been open in America. But after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, this presumption was turned on its...
News
November 21, 2007
U.S. District Judge Leonie M. Brinkema Tuesday criticized the government's secrecy in the case of a prominent Muslim spiritual leader from Fairfax County who was convicted on terrorism charges,...
News
November 15, 2007
Interrogation tapes sought by the defense in the government's case against Sept. 11 terrorist Zacharias Moussaoui just did not exist, the CIA told a federal court twice during the course of the...
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February 5, 2007
NEWS MEDIA UPDATE   ·   WASHINGTON, D.C.   ·   Secret Courts   ·   Feb. 5, 2007