Jonathan Pollard


OPINION: Asymmetrical Justice: A Tale of Two Courts

Last Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued a sharply worded decision upholding a lower court’s injunction against President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban for six…

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Circuit Court Turns Down Pollard’s Appeal

Only a week after they heard oral arguments in the case, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Manhattan issued a written ruling…

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Appellate Court Hears Oral Arguments in Pollard Case

A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Manhattan heard oral arguments on Wednesday, as they weighed Jonathan Pollard’s appeal of a lower-court judge’s…

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Oral Arguments in Pollard Appeal Set for Wednesday

A Federal appeals court will hear arguments on Wednesday by attorneys for Jonathan Pollard, as part of an ongoing legal battle seeking the removal of broad and severe parole restrictions.…

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Pollard Appeal Raises Broader Issues

In the latest filing in the ongoing legal battle seeking the removal of broad and severe parole restrictions, attorneys for Jonathan Pollard warned on Monday that were a lower court’s…

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A Wrongful Pardon

Over the past eight years, President Barack Obama hasn’t shied away from formulating deeply divisive policies, including the highly controversial Iran deal; the contentious Affordable Care Act, better known as…

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Pollard Raises New Legal Arguments in Appeal

The Real Facts Behind Blitzer Interview Exposed NEW YORK – Attorneys for Jonathan Pollard filed on Monday a 35-page brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second…

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Pollard Files Notice of Intent to Appeal

Eight days after a federal judge rejected a habeus corpus petition filed by Jonathan Pollard, seeking the removal of broad and severe parole restrictions, Pollard’s attorneys filed on Friday a…

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Pollard: Gov’t About-Face Shows It Has No Case

In court papers filed late Thursday night, attorneys for Jonathan Pollard say that the decision by prosecutors not to file a classified submission to the court in the ongoing legal…

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Government Backtracks on Secret Filing in Pollard Case

In a surprising reversal, prosecutors decided against a classified submission to the court in the ongoing legal battle over Jonathan Pollard’s broad and unusually severe parole restrictions, and instead, as…

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ANALYSIS: Security Risk or Bargaining Chip?

What is the real reason for Jonathan Pollard’s harsh parole restrictions? As a federal judge weighs a highly unusual request by the U.S. government to submit a classified, ex-parte submission…

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