United States Attorneys' Bulletin: Emerging Issues in Federal Prosecutions, Volume 66 Number 1, January 2018   [open pdf - 2MB]

This edition of the United States Attorneys' Bulletin covers Prosecutions. The following articles are included: Biometric Basics: Options to Gather Data from Digital Devices Locked by a Biometric 'Key'"; "Mastering eLitigation: How to Organize the Collection, Review, and Production of Large Volumes of Data in Complex Investigations"; "Dismantling an Alien Smuggling Ring: Investigation and Prosecution Challenges for Federal Prosecutors"; "In Search of Shadows: Investigating and Prosecuting Crime on the 'Dark Web'"; "Expanding Victim Rights"; "When Attorney-Client Communication is Not Privileged: Invoking the Crime-Fraud Exception in Grand Jury Investigations"; "Investigating and Prosecuting Law Enforcement Sexual Misconduct Cases"; "Can't Touch This: Payment Schedules that Prevent Obtaining Defendants' Assets for Restitution"; "Marital Privilege in Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Cases in Federal Courts: Exceptions to the Privilege and Compelling Testimony"; "Coming Soon to a Theater Near You - Motions to Prevent the Cross Examination of Defense Experts"; "Two New Self-Authentication Rules That Make It Easier to Admit Electronic Evidence"; "Responding to Defense Demands for Government Assistance in Large ESI Criminal Cases"; "The Resurgence of Denaturalization: The Supreme Court's Decision in Maslenjak and Its Initial Impact on Civil and Criminal Cases Seeking Revocation of U.S. Citizenship"; "International Parental Kidnapping: An Overview of Federal Resources to Assist Your Investigation and Prosecution"; "Protecting Law Enforcement Peer-to-Peer Investigations"; "Transnational Drug Trafficking Act of 2015"; and "Prosecuting Federal Hate Crimes."

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