Lawyers who want to know whether their conversations with clients held at Guantanamo Bay have been recorded have been shut out by a federal judge. Southern District of New York Judge Denise Cote granted the government's summary judgment motion dismissing a Freedom of Information Act request by law firms, law professors and nonprofit attorneys for records of any National Security Agency intercepts of their communications with their clients.
Firms' Request for NSA Records of Guantanamo Client Communications Dismissed
New York Law Journal
July 3, 2008