Tag Archive: Attorney Jeremiah Gutman

Kinoy v. Mitchell – Government Misconduct – CCR Docket 1989-1990

The widespread use of illegal electronic surveillance in the name of national security is a central form of government misconduct. A ruling in the early stage of this case estab­lished the right to bring a civil action without having proof…
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Kinoy v. Mitchell – Government Misconduct – CCR Docket 1988-1989

The widespread use of illegal electronic surveil­lance in the name of national security is a central form of government misconduct. A rul­ing in the early stage of this case established the right to bring a civil action without having proof…
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Kinoy v. Mitchell – Government Misconduct – CCR Docket 1987-1988

The widespread use of illegal electronic surveillance in the name of national secu­rity is a central form of government mis­conduct. A ruling in the early stage of this case established the right to bring a civil action without having proof…
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Kinoy v. Mitchell – Government Misconduct – CCR Docket 1986-1987

The widespread use of illegal electronic surveillance in the name of national secu­rity is a central form of government mis­conduct. A ruling in the early stage of this case established the right to bring a civil action without having proof…
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Kinoy v. Mitchell – Government Harassment – CCR Docket 1985-1986

The widespread use of illegal electronic surveillance in the name of national security is a central form of government misconduct. A judicial decision in this case’s early stage estab­lished the right to bring a civil action without having proof of…
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Kinoy v. Mitchell – Government Misconduct – CCR Docket 1982-1983

The widespread use of illegal electronic surveillance in the name of “national security” is a central form of government misconduct. This case involves both domestic and so-called foreign security surveillance and in an early landmark decision established a plaintiff’s right…
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Kinoy v. Mitchell – Government Misconduct – CCR Docket 1981-1982

The widespread use of illegal electronic surveillance in the name of “national security” is a central form of government misconduct. This case involves both domestic and so-called foreign security surveillance and in an early landmark decision established a plaintiff ‘s…
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Kinoy v. Mitchell – Government Misconduct – CCR Docket 1978-1979

This civil action was filed on behalf of Arthur Kinoy, movement lawyer, law professor and a founder of CCR, and his daughter Joanne, both of whom were two of the earliest victims of grand jury abuse. (Arthur Kinoy was also…
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Kinoy v. Mitchell, and Dellinger v. Mitchell – Government Misconduct – CCR Docket 1975

The widespread use of illegal electronic surveillance in the name of “national security” was (and is) one of the central forms of government misconduct. Two affirmative suits were begun while John Mitchell ruled the Justice Department. Roth Arthur Kinoy, a…
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Kinoy v. Mitchell – Government Misconduct – CCR Docket 1974

This is a civil action by CCR attorney Arthur Kinoy and his daughter, Joanne Kinoy, for damages and injunctive relief for electronic surveillance conducted in violation of the Fourth Amendment and 18 U.S.C. Section 2520. Unlike what occurs in a…
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