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Wagner and Winick On the Law

Wagner and Winick On the Law

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March 09th 2017:What is the Secret Federal -FISA- Court and How Does it Protect Us?

The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court was established by Congress in 1978. The Court rules on the applications made by the United States Government for approval of electronic surveillance, physical search, and certain other forms of investigative actions for foreign intelligence purposes. The Court sits in Washington D.C., and is composed of eleven federal district court judges who are designated by the Chief Justice of the United States. Each judge serves for a maximum of seven years and their terms are staggered to ensure continuity on the Court. By statute, the judges must be drawn f

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2550/wagner-and-winick-on-the-law 21/10/2017 01:00 21/10/2017 02:00 Wagner and Winick On the Law https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2550/wagner-and-winick-on-the-law The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court was established by Congress in 1978. The Court rules on the applications made by the United States Government for approval of electronic surveillance, physical search, and certain other forms of investigative actions for foreign intelligence purposes. The Court sits in Washington D.C., and is composed of eleven federal district court judges who are designated by the Chief Justice of the United States. Each judge serves for a maximum of seven years and their terms are staggered to ensure continuity on the Court. By statute, the judges must be drawn from at least seven of the United States judicial circuits, and three of the judges must reside within 20 miles of the District of Columbia. Judges typically sit for one week at a time, on a rotating basis. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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