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United States v. Day

United States District Court, Ninth Circuit

December 10, 2013

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
v.
DALE KEWAYNE DAY, Defendant.

PROTECTIVE ORDER

BENJAMIN H. SETTLE, District Judge.

This matter, having come to the Court's attention on the unopposed motion of the government for entry of a discovery protective order, the Court, having considered the motion, and being fully advised in this matter, hereby enters the following PROTECTIVE ORDER:

1. Protected Material.

The following documents and materials are deemed Protected Material:

a. Grand jury transcripts and exhibits;
b. Law enforcement reports containing statements of witnesses and/or personal information of witnesses, including dates of birth, Social Security numbers (or other identification information), driver's license numbers, addresses, telephone numbers, location of residence or employment, and other confidential information.

The United States will make available copies of the Protected Material, including those filed under seal, to defense counsel to comply with the government's discovery obligations. Possession of copies of the Protected Material is limited to the attorneys of record, and investigators, paralegals, law clerks, experts and assistants for the attorneys of record (hereinafter collectively referred to as "members of the defense team"). The attorneys of record and members of the defense team may share and review the Protected Material with the Defendant. The attorneys of record and members of the defense team acknowledge that providing copies of the Protected Material to the Defendant and other persons is prohibited, and agree not to duplicate or provide copies of the Protected Material to the Defendant and other persons. The exception to this prohibition is the dissemination of electronic copies to the Federal Detention Center at SeaTac, Washington, for use in a controlled environment by Defendant. Defendant agrees not to print, attempt to print, or ask anyone else on his behalf to print any Protected Material.

The United States Attorney's Office for the Western District of Washington is prohibited from providing copies of the Protected Material to non-law enforcement witnesses or potential witnesses.

Any violation of these prohibitions constitutes a violation of the Protective Order. Further, the attorneys of record are required, prior to disseminating any copies of the Protected Materials to members of the defense team, to provide a copy of this Protective Order to members of the defense team, and obtain written consent by members of the defense team of their acknowledgment to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Protective Order. The written consent need not be disclosed or produced to the United States unless requested by the Assistant United States Attorney and ordered by the Court.

2. Filing

Any Protected Material that is filed with the Court in connection with pre-trial motions, trial, or other matters before this Court, shall be filed under seal and shall remain sealed until otherwise ordered by this Court. This does not entitle either party to seal their filings as a matter of course. The parties are required to comply in all respects to the relevant local and federal rules of criminal procedure pertaining to the sealing of court documents.

3. Nontermination

The provisions of this Order shall terminate only upon further ...


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