Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Senior Judge Edward Leavy had little inkling of the responsibility he was undertaking in 2001 when he became part of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Review Court. After all, the court had never even met in its 25-year history. But Sept. 11 changed everything. In September 2002, the court convened for the first time. And now, Leavy's talking about the experience.
February 5, 2003
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