USA v. Chow et al., CR14-0196 CRB
LAPTOP/TABLET USE IN THE COURTROOM
General Order 58, the court's general order governing electronic devices in the courthouse, remains in full effect in USA v. Chow et al., except as follows: Judge Breyer has established a procedure for individuals to apply to use laptops or tablets in the courtroom, subject to conditions as set forth in the application and agreement. Laptops may not be used unless and until the court has accepted an individual's application and issued a badge to be worn in the courtroom.
Download the application. The application should be returned by email or in person to Media Liaison Lynn Fuller.
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SCHEDULED PROCEEDINGS IN THIS CASE:
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|August 7, 10:00 a.m.
Courtroom 6 (District Judge Charles R. Breyer)
SELECTED CASE DOCUMENTS
Selected case documents of special interest are listed below (PACER login not required).
|Complaint Affidavit 14-70421-NC (Chow) (.pdf, 2 MB)||03/24/2014|
|Criminal Complaint 14-70439-NC (House) (.pdf, 233 KB)||03/25/2014|
|USA v Chow Indictment (.pdf, 2 MB)||04/03/2014|
|USA v Chow Superseding Indictment (.pdf, 2 MB)||07/25/2014|