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United States v. Oakes

United States District Court, M.D. Tennessee, Nashville Division

January 9, 2017

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
MITCHELL HUNTER OAKES

          PROTECTIVE ORDER REGARDING DISCOVERY

          JEFFERY S. FRENSLEY, MAGISTRATE JUDGE

         The parties have proposed an agreed protective order regarding discovery in this matter, and the Court concludes that discovery would be facilitated by a protective order pursuant to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure Rule 16(d)(1). Accordingly, the discovery in this matter shall be processed by the parties as follows:

         1. Definition of Discovery Material. This order shall govern all current and future documents and materials furnished at any time to any Party by another Party, all information derived from such documents and materials, and all copies, excerpts, or summaries thereof (collectively, “Discovery Material”).

         2. Disclosure of Discovery Material to Authorized Persons. No Party shall disclose Discovery Material to any person except as provided in this order. In particular, Discovery Material may be disclosed by the Parties only to the Authorized Persons and only for the authorized purposes listed below. A person who would otherwise be authorized to receive Discovery Material, but to whom Discovery Material was disclosed for an unauthorized purpose, shall not be considered an Authorized Person under this Paragraph. “Authorized Persons” are limited to the following:

a. The Parties, counsel for the Parties, and their respective employees (including employees of federal, state or local law enforcement agencies working with the United States Attorney's Office in connection with this case or related prosecutions);
b. Any person retained by counsel to assist in the preparation, trial, or appeal of this criminal action (or any collateral civil matter arising directly from this criminal action), including experts and investigators.
c. Any person that counsel deems necessary as part of their investigation.
d. The author(s) and addressee(s) of Discovery Material; e. The Court and any persons employed by it working on this matter.

         3. Disclosure to the Defendant. By agreement of the parties, the Defendant may review and retain the Franklin Police Department Incident Report only after personal identifiers are redacted from the document. Additionally, the Defendant may review the following documents and materials with counsel, but (i) personal identifiers (DOB, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and social security numbers) must first be redacted before review by the Defendant personally, and (ii) the Defendant personally may not retain a copy of these documents unless otherwise ordered by the Court:

A. Interview with BC - audio
B. Interview with GB - audio
C. Oakes ROI # 4
D. Oakes ROI # ...

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