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Brief • June 6, 2016
Austin Lawyers Guild et al v. Securus et al, TX, Report and Recommendation, illegal telephone recording, 2015 Case 1:14-cv-00366-LY Document 52 Filed 02/04/15 Page 1 of 36 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS AUSTIN DIVISION AUSTIN LAWYERS GUILD, CARL GOSSETT, DAVID GRASSBAUGH, MARK SAMPSON, ...
Brief • June 6, 2016
Austin Lawyers Guild et al v. Securus, TX, Order, illegal telephone recording, 2015 Case 1:14-cv-00366-LY Document 62 Filed 03/23/15 Page 1 of 3 J4 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS 2015HAR23 -fl P11 AUSTIN DIVISION AUSTIN LAWYERS GUILD, CARL GOSSETT, DAVID GRASSBAUGH, MARK SAMPSON, ...
Article • June 3, 2016 • from PLN June, 2016
Advocates Leery of Cell Phones Given to Undocumented Immigrants by Derek Gilna Immigration rights advocates are suspicious of a new government-funded program administered by GEO Care – a division of the GEO Group, one of the nation’s largest for-profit prison companies – that supplies cell phones to low-risk undocumented immigrants. ...
Article • January 7, 2016
Filed under: Telephone Monitoring
Texas Begins Intercepting and Blocking Cell Phone Calls from Prisons by Matthew Clarke By Matt Clarke In April 2013, Texas began intercepting cell phone calls originating in two of its largest prisons. The equipment installed at the Stiles Unit in Beaumont and the McConnell Unit in Beeville is intended to ...
Brief • July 10, 2014
Evans v. Inmate Calling Services, NV, Appellant Reply Brief, Atty Call Monitoring, 2014 Case: 13-17361 07/10/2014 ID: 9164537 DktEntry: 61-2 Page: 1 of 50 No. 13-17361 ______________________ UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT ______________________ DONALD YORK EVANS and JOHN WITHEROW Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. INMATE CALLING SOLUTIONS, et al., ...
Brief • March 26, 2014
Evans v. Inmate Calling Services, NV, Appellant Opening Brief, Atty Call Monitoring, 2014 Case: 13-17361 03/26/2014 ID: 9033089 DktEntry: 13 Page: 1 of 68 No. 13-17361 ______________________ IN THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT ______________________ DONALD YORK EVANS and JOHN WITHEROW Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. INMATE CALLING SOLUTIONS, ...
FCC Order Heralds Hope for Reform of Prison Phone Industry by John Dannenberg by John E. Dannenberg and Alex Friedmann "After a long time – too long – the Commission takes action to finally address the high cost that prison inmates and their families must pay for phone service. This ...
Anonymous PREA Hotlines Not So Anonymous by Following a decade of delays, the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) standards, promulgated by the U.S. Department of Justice, went into effect in August 2013. [See: PLN, September 2013, p.1]. One of the PREA rules, 115.51, states that correctional agencies “shall provide multiple ...
Brief • March 7, 2012
Evans v. Skolnik, NV, Order re Ptf's Objection to R&R, Atty Call Monitoring, 2012 Case 3:08-cv-00353-GMN -VPC Document 232 Filed 03/07/12 Page 1 of 9 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 2 DISTRICT OF NEVADA 3 DONALD YORK EVANS, et al., 4 5 Plaintiffs, vs. 6 HOWARD SKOLNIK, et al., 7 ...
Article • December 15, 2011 • from PLN December, 2011
Recording of Nashville, Tennessee Jail Prisoners’ Attorney Calls Criticized by In February 2011 it was revealed that the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office in Nashville, Tennessee had recorded approximately 300 phone calls between jail prisoners and their lawyers, then gave the recordings to federal prosecutors. The calls were recorded despite the ...
Article • November 15, 2011
Suit Challenging Election Surveillance May Go Forward, Second Circuit Decides by A lawsuit challenging the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Amendments of 2008 (FAA) may proceed, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit decided March 21, 2011. The lower court dismissed the suit on standing grounds. Amnesty International, with ...
Brief • July 19, 2011
Evans v. Inmate Calling Services, NV, Report and Recommendation, Atty Call Monitoring, 2011 Case 3:08-cv-00353-RCJ-VPC Document 222 Filed 07/29/11 Page 1 of 36 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 2 DISTRICT OF NEVADA 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DONALD YORK EVANS & JOHN WITHEROW ) ) ) Plaintiffs, ) ...
Article • July 15, 2011
Jail Phone Calls Monitored Without Warning Inadmissible In New Mexico by By Matt Clarke A New Mexico court of appeals has ruled that jail phone conversations monitored and recorded without prior warning to the prisoner were inadmissible in his criminal prosecution. Geechie Devane Templeton was arrested by Hobbs, New Mexico, ...
Article • May 15, 2010
Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Rules No Privacy Right Exists for Jail Phone Calls by On September 11, 2009, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts held that jail prisoners had no right to privacy with respect to the recording of the non-legal phone calls they made while in jail, and the ...
Judge Recommends Denial of Suppression Motion Related to Recordings Obtained from CCA by U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert E. Larsen has recommended the denial of a motion to suppress phone recordings of a plot to harm a federal witness obtained by the government through a Rule 17 subpoena without a court ...
California AG’s Spokesman Resigns After Caught Taping Phone Conversations by Michael Brodheim Just days after being accused of violating state law by secretly recording telephone conversations with reporters, Scott Gerber resigned from his position as communications director for California Attorney General Jerry Brown. In a move fit for airing on ...
Article • March 15, 2010 • from PLN March, 2010
Call Your Attorney from Jail, Go to Prison by John Dannenberg by John E. Dannenberg Jail prisoners in California, Florida, Michigan and Texas have unknowingly had their phone calls to defense attorneys secretly recorded and handed over to prosecutors. The recordings surfaced before trial, when prosecutors were required to divulge ...
Army Prisoners Isolated, Denied Right to Legal Counsel by Dahr Jamail The military’s treatment of Army prisoners is “part of a broader pattern the military has of just throwing people in jail and not letting them talk to their attorneys, not let visitors come, and this is outrageous. In the ...
Judge Rejects Privacy Suit By Former Prison Employee by Chief U.S. District Judge Tena Campbell has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a former employee of the Utah Department of Corrections who had alleged that her privacy rights were violated. The lawsuit, filed by Lauren Barker, alleged that Kirk Dahl, a ...
Calls over Monitored Phone to Attorney not Protected by Sixth Amendment by U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert E. Larsen has recommended the denial of a motion to suppress audio recordings obtained by the United States from CCA that contained attorney-client communications. While awaiting trial on federal charges, Gary Eye allegedly conspired ...
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