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United States v. Cestoni

United States District Court, N.D. California, San Francisco Division

June 27, 2016

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,
v.
ENZO CESTONI, Defendant.

          STIPULATION AND PROTECTIVE ORDER [PROPOSED]

          WILLIAM ALSUP, District Judge.

         With the agreement of the parties, the Court enters the following Protective Order:

         Defendant is charged with violations of 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(5). Upon receipt of a discovery request, the United States will produce documents and other materials pertaining to the defendant and the charged offense to defense counsel. The discovery to be provided going forward in this matter includes documents or other materials falling into one or more of the following categories (collectively, "Protected Information"):

1. Personal Identifying Information of any individual (other than his or her name), including without limitation any person's date of birth, social security number, residence or business address, telephone numbers, email addresses, driver's license number, professional license number, family members' names, or criminal histories ("Personal Identifying Information");
2. Financial information of any individual or business, including without limitation bank account numbers, credit or debit card numbers, account passwords, contact information, and taxpayer identification numbers ("Financial Information"); and
3. Medical records or other patient information of any individual covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPPA) ("Medical Information").

         To ensure that Protected Information is not subject to unauthorized disclosure or misuse,

         IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that defense counsel of record, their investigators, assistants, and employees (collectively, "the defense team") may review with the defendant all discovery material produced in the future by the government, but shall not provide a defendant with copies of, or permit defendant to make copies of, or have unsupervised access to, any discovery material produced in the future by the government that contains Protected Information, unless the Personal Identifying Information, Financial Information, and/or Medical Information has first been entirely redacted from the discovery materials. The government and defense counsel are ordered to work together to ensure that these materials are protected, but that defendant has as much access to the materials as can be provided consistent with this Court's order. Discovery material that clearly pertains to a specific defendant and does not contain Protected Information regarding any other person ( e.g., defendant's own bank records, telephone records, and business records) may be provided to that defendant unredacted.

         Defense counsel may also provide unredacted copies of Protected Information to any experts retained to assist with the preparation of the defense in the captioned case. The defendant, all members of the defense team, and any experts who receive discovery under this Order shall be provided a copy of this Order along with those materials and shall initial and date the order reflecting their agreement to be bound by it.

         The materials provided in the future pursuant to this protective order may only be used for the specific purpose of preparing or presenting a defense in this matter unless specifically authorized by the Court.

         This Order shall also apply to any copies made of any materials covered by this Order.

         This Order shall not apply to materials produced prior to entry of this Order.

         IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that neither a defendant nor any member of the defense team shall provide any discovery material produced in the future by the government-whether or not the material constitutes or contains Protected Information within the meaning of this Order-to any third party ( i.e., any person who is not a member of the defense team) or make any public disclosure of the same, other than in a court filing, without the government's express written permission or further order of this Court. If a party files a pleading that references or contains or attaches Protected Information subject to this Order, that filing must be under seal.[1] This Order shall not apply to materials produced prior to entry of this Order.

         IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that defense counsel shall return materials subject to this Protective Order (including any copies) to the United States within 14 days after whichever event occurs last in time: dismissal of all charges against the defendant; defendant's acquittal; defendant's sentencing; or the conclusion of any direct appeal. After the United States receives documents and materials subject to this Order, it shall maintain those documents and materials until the period for filing a motion under 28 U.S.C. § 2255 has expired. After the statutory period for filing a motion under 28 U.S.C. § 2255 has expired, the United States is free to destroy documents and materials subject to this Order. If defendant is represented by counsel and files a motion pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2255, the United States will provide counsel with the documents and materials subject to this Protective Order under the terms of this Order. Defendant's attorney in any motion under 28 U.S.C. § 2255 shall return the documents and materials subject to this Protective Order within 14 days after the district court's ruling on the motion or 14 days after the conclusion of any direct appeal of the district court's order denying the motion, whichever is later. This stipulation is ...


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