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John Edwards Conway - FISA Court
... Conway was appointed to the FISA Court in 2000 or 2002, to a short term scheduled to end 5/18/2007, or a full 7-year term, and did not serve even the ...
NSA Warrantless Surveillance Controversy - Legal Developments - FISA Court Order
... On January 18, 2007, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales told the Senate Judiciary Committee "Court orders issued last week by a Judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court will enable the ... We believe that the court’s orders will allow the necessary speed and agility the government needs to protect our Nation from the terrorist threat." The ruling by the FISA Court was the result of a two-year ... The "innovative" court order on Jan ...
NSA Warrantless Surveillance Controversy - Legal Developments - Congressionally Proposed FISA Amendments
... and that the process of amending FISA might require disclosure of classified information that could harm national security ... has stated that the Bush administration chose not to ask Congress for an amendment to FISA to authorize such wiretaps explicitly because it would have been difficult to get such an amendment without compromising ... had discussions with Congress in the past -- certain members of Congress -- as to whether or not FISA could be amended to allow us to adequately deal with this kind ...
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Of 1978 Amendments Act Of 2008 - Provisions
... is given by a certification process, which can be overturned by a court on specific grounds ... the time for warrantless surveillance from 48 hours to 7 days, if the FISA court is notified and receives an application, specific officials sign the emergency notification, and relates to an American ... After 7 days, if the court denies or does not review the application, the information obtained cannot be offered as evidence ...

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