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United States v. Pierre

United States District Court, S.D. New York

December 18, 2019

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
RULESS PIERRE, Defendant.

          PROTECTIVE ORDER

          HONORABLE SIDNEY H. STEIN, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

         On the joint motion of the United States of America, by Geoffrey S. Berman, United States Attorney, through his counsel, Jordan Estes and Robert Boone, Assistant United States Attorneys (the "Government"), pursuant to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 16 (d). on consent of the defendant Ruless Pierre, through his counsel Robert W. Georges, Esq., and for good cause shown, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:

         1. With the exception of otherwise publicly available documents and information, all materials, including documents and the information contained therein, electronic data, and other audio or visual materials that are provided by the Government to the defendant in this action pursuant to Rule 16 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure; Title 18, United States Code, Section 3500; Brady v. Maryland; or Giglio v. United States, are considered "Confidential Information."

         2. Confidential Information disclosed to the defendant or to his counsel in this case during the course of proceedings in this action:

a. Shall be used by the defendant and his counsel only for purposes of defending this criminal action, except that the defendant may use Confidential Information in S.E.C. v. Pierre, No. 19 Civ. 10299 (JPO), provided that such use is consistent with the provisions of this Order as set forth below;
b. Shall not be disclosed in any form by the defendant or his counsel except as set forth in paragraph 2(c) below; and
c. May be disclosed by the defendant or his counsel in this action only to the following persons (hereinafter "Designated Persons"):
i. investigative, secretarial, clerical, paralegal and student personnel employed full-time or part-time by the defense counsel;
ii. expert witnesses, investigators, advisors, consultants and vendors retained or consulted by defendant and/or his counsel in connection with this action;
iii. prospective witnesses, and their counsel, to the extent deemed necessary by defense counsel, for the purposes of the criminal proceedings in this case; and
iv. such other persons as hereafter may be authorized by agreement, in writing, of the parties or by the Court upon a defendant's motion.

         3. Confidential Information disclosed to the defendant or his counsel during the course of proceedings in this action, including any and all copies made of said material, shall, at the conclusion of this matter, either be returned to the Government or shredded and destroyed. This matter will be concluded upon expiration of either the conclusion of any litigation related to the above-captioned case, including direct appeal and collateral attack, or dismissal of the charges against the defendant.

         4. The defendant or his counsel shall provide a copy of this Order to Designated Persons to whom they disclose Confidential Information pursuant to paragraphs 2(c) (ii)-(iv) . Designated Persons shall be subject to the terms of this Order and, if they are given possession of any Confidential Information, shall sign an acknowledgment, to be retained by defense counsel, indicating that they have received and reviewed the terms of this Order and understand that they are bound by it before being provided with any materials produced pursuant to terms of this Order. The signed acknowledgments required pursuant to this paragraph shall not be disclosed by the defense except pursuant to an order of the Court for the purpose of enforcing this Protective Order. In addition, if Confidential Information is provided to any Designated Persons, those Designated Persons shall make reasonable efforts to return or destroy such materials as set forth in paragraph 3.

         5. The provisions of this Order shall not be construed as preventing the disclosure of any information in any motion, hearing or trial held in this action or to any district or ...


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