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Tag Archives: James Risen
by Matthew L. Schafer Just days after a Department of Justice report sought to “safeguard the essential role of a free press in fostering government accountability and an open society,” the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of … Continue reading
Speak, and Speak Immediately: The Risen Subpoena, the Executive Branch, and the Reporter’s Privilege
by Matthew L. Schafer I have finally finished my thesis, Speak, and Speak Immediately: The Risen Subpoena, the Executive Branch, and the Reporter’s Privilege. I hope to write an abridged version shortly, but law school is currently demanding most of … Continue reading
by Matthew L. Schafer President Obama’s Administration has prosecuted more government whistleblowers than all other presidents combined and has subpoenaed nearly as many journalists as President Bush did during his first term. Some also suggest that agencies under Obama have released … Continue reading