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United States v. Egiazarian

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA


January 20, 2009

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, PLAINTIFF,
v.
VARDGES EGIAZARIAN, ET AL., DEFENDANTS.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Morrison C. England, Jr. United States District Judge

STIPULATION AND PROTECTIVE ORDER BETWEEN UNITED STATES AND ALL DEFENDANTS

Defendants Vardges Egiazarian, Migran Petrosyan, Khachatur Arutunyan, Derrick Johnson, and Lana Le Chabrier, and Plaintiff, the United States of America, by and through their counsel of record, hereby agree and stipulate as follows:

1. This Court may enter protective orders pursuant to Rule 16(d) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, and its general supervisory authority.

2. This Order pertains to all discovery provided to or made available to Defense Counsel as part of discovery in this case (hereafter, collectively known as "the discovery").

3. Defense Counsel shall not disclose any of the discovery to any person other than their respective defendant/client, or attorneys, law clerks, paralegals, secretaries, experts, and investigators, involved in the representation of his/her defendant/client. Further, in disclosing discovery to defendants, personal information included in the discovery, such as persons' dates of birth, addresses, telephone numbers, social security numbers, and driver's license numbers, shall be redacted, and shall not be provided to any defendant in any manner or form.

4. The discovery and information therein may only be used in connection with the litigation of this case and for no other purpose. The discovery is now and will forever remain the property of the United States Government. Defense Counsel will return the discovery to the Government or certify that it has been shredded at the conclusion of the case.

5. Defense Counsel will store the discovery in a secure place and will use reasonable care to ensure that it is not disclosed to third persons in violation of this agreement.

6. If Defense Counsel make, or cause to be made, any further copies of any of the discovery, Defense Counsel will inscribe the following notation on each copy: "U.S. Government Property; May Not Be Used Without U.S. Government Permission."

7. If defense Counsel release custody of any of the discovery, or authorized copies thereof, to any person described in paragraph (3), Defense Counsel shall provide such recipients with copies of this Order and advise that person that the discovery is the property of the Unites States Government, that the discovery and information therein may only be used in connection with the litigation of this case and for no other purpose, and that an unauthorized use of the discovery may constitute a violation of law and/or contempt of court.

8. Defense Counsel shall be responsible for advising his or her respective defendant, employees, and other members of the defense team, and defense witnesses of the contents of this Stipulation/Order.

IT IS SO STIPULATED.

DATED: 01/05/2009

LAWRENCE G. BROWN Acting United States Attorney LAURA L. FERRIS KENNETH J. MELIKIAN Assistant U.S. Attorneys

DATED: 01/09/2009

FRED G. MINASSIAN Counsel for Defendant VARDGES EGIAZARIAN

DATED: 12/11/2008

ELON BERK Counsel for Defendant MIGRAN PETROSYAN

DATED: 12/11/2008

DMITRY Y. GUROVICH Attorney for Defendant KHACHATUR ARUTUNYAN

DATED: 12/11/2008

TIMOTHY WARRINER Attorney for Defendant DERRICK JOHNSON

DATED: 12/22/2008

JOSEPH WISEMAN Attorney for Defendant LANA LE CHABRIER

IT IS SO FOUND AND ORDERED.

20090120

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