Title: Prop Prot Order to Court Security Officer

Release Date: 2014-03-20

Text: IN THE UNITED STATES ARMYFIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUITUNITED STATES PROTECTIVE ORDERv. TO: COURT SECURITYOFFICERMANNING, Bradley E., PFC U.S. Army, - Headquarters and Headquarters Company, U.S. Army Garrison, Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, DATED:Fort Myer, VA 2221 1. This Court has determined it necessary for the Court Security Of?cer to verify thatsubstantive matters submitted by the government and defense do not contain classi?edinformation, or if they do, to follow appropriate security measures in order to protect classi?edinformation.2. The provisions of this ORDER are not intended to apply to strictly procedural motions of theparties motions for extensions of time, continuances, scheduling matters, etc.).3. Based upon the Protective Order of this Court, it is hereby ORDEREDa. The Court Security Of?cer shall review the contents of government and defensesubmissions for the sole purpose of determining whether the submission and any attachmentscontain classi?ed information.b. The Court Security Officer is directed to limit his review to the extent necessary todetermine whether any submission and any attachment contains classi?ed information.c. The Court Security Officer is directed not to divulge the contents of any ex partesubmission in this case to any individual, unless so ordered by the Court.d. Upon completing his review, the Court Security Of?cer shall provide a written declarationto the Court indicating whether a submission by counsel is classi?ed or unclassi?ed. If the CourtSecurity Officer determines that the pleading or document does not contain classi?edinformation, he shall unseal the submission, and alert the filing party to this fact. The filing partyshall then submit the pleading or document pursuant to local rules. If the Court Security Of?cerdetermines that the pleading or document contains classi?ed information, he shall ensure that theportion of the document containing classi?ed information is marked with the appropriateclassi?cation marking and remains under seal. All portions of all papers ?led that do not containclassi?ed information shall be immediately unsealed by the Court Security Of?cer and filedpursuant to local rules. The original portion of the document containing classi?ed informationwill be held by the Court Security Of?cer for insertion in the classi?ed portion of the record oftrial. The Court Security Of?cer shall immediately deliver copies of the entire ?led pleading ordocument to the Court and opposing counsel in accordance with appropriate handlingprocedures.e. The Court Security Of?cer shall comply with all requirements stated in the Court?sProtective Order.It is so ORDERED, this the day of February 2012.DENISE R. LINDCOL, JAChief Judge, 1st Judicial Circuit


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