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United States v. Huskic

United States District Court, D. New Jersey

May 18, 2018

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
MIRZA HUSKIC, a.k.a. "Mike"

          SECOND PROTECTIVE ORDER

          HONORABLE NOEL L. HILLMAN, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

         WHEREAS this matter having come before the Court on the application of the United States in the above-captioned matter for a protective order;

         WHEREAS, pursuant to Rule 16(d)(1) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, the Court finds that the United States has demonstrated that good cause exists for the entry of a protective order in this case; and

         WHEREAS the United States has proposed a procedure by which discoverable materials will be provided to the Defendant that protects the rights of the public, the Defendant, and witnesses involved in this case and allows for reasonable use of discovery materials by the Defendant to prepare for trial in this case;

         IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:

         1. As used in this order:

a. "The Defense" shall mean: the Defendant and his attorneys of record, and those attorneys' associated paralegals, investigators, experts (retained pursuant to a written retainer agreement by the Defendant and/or his counsel in connection with the criminal case), secretaries employed by the attorneys of record and performing services on behalf of the Defendant, and such other persons as hereafter may be authorized by the Government or the Court upon motion by the defense.
b. "Discovery Materials" shall mean: all documents, recordings, photographs, and other materials disclosed by the Government to the Defense, including but not limited to materials produced pursuant to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 16(a)(1); the Jencks Act, 18 U.S.C. § 3500(b); the Supreme Court's holdings in Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1973) and Giglio v. United States, 405 (405 U.S. 150 (1972); and other applicable procedural rules and statutes.

         2. The discovery materials include the personal identifying information of defendants), witness(es), and presently uncharged parties, which may include but is not limited to names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, phone numbers, physical addresses, and drivers' licenses, as well as sensitive, non-public information gathered during the course of the investigation, some of which relates to potentially identifying information regarding conduct by confidential human sources (CHSs) and undercover agents (hereinafter, "Protected Information"). Given the risks posed by disclosure and the prevalence of Protected Information throughout the discovery materials, all discovery materials are to be treated as Protected Information. The use of Protected Information by the defense is subject to the terms and limited exceptions set forth herein.

         3. The following restrictions apply to the Defense, unless further ordered by the Court. The defense shall not:

a. Disseminate copies of Protected Information to persons not authorized in paragraph 1(a);
b. Allow persons not authorized in paragraph 1(a) to read, view, or listen to Protected Information;
c. Allow persons not authorized in paragraph 1 (a) to possess any of the Protected Information;
d. Use Protected Information for any purpose other than preparing for the Defendant's defense in this case (i.e., for ...

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