United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review

The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review was established in 1978 when Congress enacted The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which is codified, as amended, at 50 U.S.C §§ 1801-1885c.  The Court sits in Washington D.C., and is composed of three federal district court or appeals court judges who are designated by the Chief Justice of the United States.  The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review was established to review the decisions of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

 

Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review – Proposed Amendments Published for Public Comment

Under the authority granted by 50 U.S.C. § 1803(g), the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review (“FISCR”) is proposing an amendment to Rule 15(d) of its Rules of Procedure. By posting a draft of the proposed amendment, the Court is providing the public with notice and the opportunity to submit comments concerning the proposed amendment. Any comments on the proposed amendment should be sent to response@ao.uscourts.gov . The comment period will close on April 27, 2018, after which the FISCR will consider any comments received, make revisions as it deems appropriate, and then transmit the amended Rules of Procedure as directed by 50 U.S.C. § 1803(g). 

Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review Proposed Amendment

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