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June 1, 2011

Assembled here are protective orders used by federal judges in criminal prosecutions in national security cases. Among the most important goals of the protective orders here is the protection of classified information.

Superseded by National Security Prosecutions: Protective Orders (2014).

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January 1, 2008
Carol L. Krafka, Donna J. Stienstra, Patricia A. Lombard, Rebecca N. Eyre

At the request of the Judicial Conference Committee on Court Administration and Case Management, the Federal Judicial Center conducted a study of the use of courtrooms in the U.S. district courts. The committee requested the study in response to a November 2005 congressional subcommittee request for an empirical study of the use of federal courtrooms. The study was conducted between early 2006 and spring 2008, with data collected in twenty-six district courts during the period January 15 - July 15, 2007.

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September 18, 2007
Joan A. Lenard

United States v. Batiste (S.D. Fla. 1:06-cr-20373).

This document is among Selected Orders and Other Case Documents that, in turn, are among the Center's resources on National Security Cases.

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April 4, 2007
Marcia G. Cooke

United States v. Hassoun (S.D. Fla. 0:04-cr-60001).

This document is among Selected Orders and Other Case Documents that, in turn, are among the Center's resources on National Security Cases.

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May 7, 2003
David E. Rauma

Prepared for the Court Administration and Case Management Committee of the Judicial Conference, this study shows there may be more advantages to remote public access to electronic criminal case documents than disadvantages or potential harm and that the majority of federal judges in the study favor access.

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March 26, 1999
Laural L. Hooper, Jennifer Evans, Robert Nida

Report to the Advisory Committee on Criminal Rules regarding the proposal to amend Rule 12.2. Procedures governing court-ordered mental examinations are presented as they have been implemented in a sample of districts with extensive death penalty experience.

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June 1, 1996
Rya Weickert Zobel, David E. Rauma, William W Schwarzer, Marie Leary, Genevra Kay Loveland, Charles P. Sutelan

Articles in this issue of FJC Directions describe federal courts' experiences with pro se actions. Included are an analysis of data from a Center study of nearly 60,000 pro se cases filed in ten district courts, a report on the District of Nevada's use of early case-evaluation telephonic hearings for prisoner pro se civil rights complaints, and discussions of developments in videoconferencing and other types of telecommunications for pretrial proceedings and trials. In this issue of FJC Directions:

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March 13, 1996
Thomas E. Willging, Laural L. Hooper, Robert J. Niemic

A study conducted by the Center to provide the Judicial Conference's Advisory Committee on Civil Rules with systematic, empirical information about how Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23 operates. The study addressed many questions about the day-to-day administration of Rule 23 in the types of class actions that are ordinarily filed in the federal courts. The report presents empirical data on all class actions terminated between July 1, 1992, and June 30, 1994, in four federal district courts, and it discusses many of the issues in the continuing debate about class actions.

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September 30, 1995
Civil Justice Advisory Group for the Southern District of Florida

The 1995 Periodic Assessment of civil justice reform efforts in the Southern District of Florida

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October 1, 1994

Updated statistics for 44 districts with information for SY 1994

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