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Trentadue v. FBI, No. 08-4207

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In a Freedom of Information Act action seeking FBI records regarding certain investigations, the District Court's order allowing the depositions of certain inmates is reversed where the FBI submitted declarations that provided a consistent and uncontradicted showing that it conducted an adequate search for the records requested by Plaintiff, and there was no reason why the depositions might yield additional documents.

Read Trentadue v. FBI, No. 08-4207

Appellate Information

Filed July 2, 2009


Opinion by Judge Hartz


For Appellants:

Nicholas Bagley, Assistant United States Attorney, Appellate Staff Civil Division, Washington, DC

Gregory G. Katsas, Assistant Attorney General, Washington, DC

For Appellee:

Jesse C. Trentadue, pro se


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