Amending the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act: Hearing Before the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, Second Session, July 14, 1994
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1995 - Electronic surveillance - 78 pages
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Thursday July 14 1994
Testimony of Kate Martin Director Center for National Security Studies
Testimony of Honorable Jamie S Gorelick Deputy Attorney General Depart
ACLU activities additional administration agents Aldrich Ames American Bar Association approval Attorney Bass believe Black bag job CHAIRMAN civil liberties COLEMAN COMBEST Committee on Intelligence concerns conduct warrantless Congress constitutional counsel counterintelligence court order crime criminal investigations Dan Glickman Department of Justice electronic surveillance espionage Executive Branch Executive Order 12333 exigent circumstances FISA applications FISA Court FISA search foreign intelligence purposes foreign intelligence searches Foreign Intelligence Surveillance foreign power Fourth Amendment requirements GORELICK individual Intelligence Surveillance Act Intelligence Surveillance Court inventory involved issue Jamie Gorelick judicial review judicial warrant judiciary Justice Department KATE MARTIN knock LAUGHLIN law enforcement legislation MARTIN national security exception national security reasons notice PERMANENT SELECT COMMITTEE President procedures proposal prosecution protection questions secret searches secret warrantless searches seized Senate statute Supreme Court target testimony U.S. persons United violation warrant requirement warrantless physical searches wiretap