Sawchuck v. Jenne, FL, Order, Attorney-Client Communications, 2007 ,~.- Case 0:06-cv-61182- KAM Document 49 " Entered on FLSD Docket 03/30/2007 Page UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Case No. 06- 61182- Civ- MARRAlJOHNSON JOSEPH SAWCHUCK and RICHARD SPENCER individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated Plaintiffs ...
419 F. Supp. 2d
820 836 (E.D. Va. 2005) (prison
See also U. S. v. Lentz,
policy of recording and monitoring all inmate telephone calls did not infringe Plaintiffs
Sixth Amendment rights
adopted), parents and siblings (birth, step, adopted and half).
Attorneycalls - offender calls to verified attorneys.
Telephonemonitoring - the electronic tracking, recording, and listening to of offender
to conduct confidential
telephone conferences with plaintiff Constantine Cheese, via telephone, at mutually agreeable
dates and times for plaintiff's counsel and the Correctional Facility staff. The plaintiff
Prisoner’s Right to Counsel Violated by Eavesdropping on Attorney Phone Calls by Christopher Zoukis Prisoner’s Right to Counsel Violated by Eavesdropping on Attorney Phone Calls by Christopher Zoukis Charges against a Washington man awaiting trial on felony drug and stolen property charges were dropped by a Yakima County Superior Court ...
8. The call must not exceed 30 minutes in duration.
An inmate shall receive the attorneycall at one of the following locations as determined
by the correctional facility:
1. An inmate phone booth
that “Witherow does not allege that any of his attorneycalls
were intercepted, monitored, or eavesdropped on by Embarq or that Embarq had
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of Privacy in His Telephonic
Communications With His Attorneys.
Plaintiff Witherow objects to Judge Cooke’s finding that no genuine issue of material fact
exists as to whether he had an actual subjective
Right to Counsel Not Violated by Brig Officials Present During Attorney Phone Calls by On May 1, 2008, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Services affirmed a lower court’s judgment rejecting a service member’s claim that he was denied the right to appellate counsel because brig officials were ...
restricted for safety and security reasons.
Ex. 18, #205-18, pp. 2-3.
AR 722.07(1.2-1.3): Inmate legal access (effective date 9/6/03)
All inmates are to use the unit or yard telephones for legal
conversations made by Eye. CCA turned the conversations over to the government, but the discs also contained recordings of calls between Eye and his lawyer. The attorneycalls were not segregated.