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 U.S. federal judge Reggie B. Walton

Reggie Barnett Walton (born Donora, Pennsylvania, February 8, 1949) is a federal judge on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. He is the presiding judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. logo
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June 14, 2007 - Judge Reggie B. Walton rules that Libby is not to remain free (he must begin serving his 2 1/2 year sentence) while his appeal is pending. ... Circuit rejects Libby's bid to remain free on bond while appealing his conviction ruling that Libby has not raised a question for judges "that is 'close' or ...
On Friday, the Captain Avery Museum, 1418 East West Shady Side Road, will welcome the Honorable Reggie B. Walton, a United States District Court judge for the District of Columbia since 2001. He will speak about the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. In 2007, Chief Justice John Roberts ...

As their time was running out, Washington D.C. District Court Judge Reggie B. Walton threw these schools a lifeline. In late March, Walton remanded the decision by former Secretary of Education Stephen King to strip the ACICS of recognition. Walton concluded the department had used a flawed process in ...
But recently, D.C. District Court Judge Reggie B. Walton reviewed their case. He found that the NACIQI, and by proxy, Secretary King, failed to consider a full 36,000 pages of documents provided by ACICS in the process. Here's how that happened. In January of 2016 when the DoE began to investigate ...
... students and American taxpayers in recent memory. In the previous article in this series, we described why and how that came about, with D.C. District Judge Reggie B. Walton revisiting and remanding ACICS' case. This article is going to detail the sheer length of ACICS' track record of non-compliance.
But in a break for its application, Judge Reggie B. Walton of United States District Court for the District of Columbia ruled on March 23 that the Obama administration had failed to take into account 36,000 pages of relevant supplemental information as it deliberated the agency's fate in 2016. Judge Walton ...

Judge Reggie Walton, who is no peacenik lefty, he presided over the FISA Court and he excoriated government representatives who came to him with ... where they would just tell the chief judge of the court what they were doing to a large degree, but required that judge not to tell any of the other judges.
The Obama administration did not consider all of the relevant evidence before revoking the federal recognition of an embattled accreditor of for-profit colleges, a federal judge ruled on Friday. Reggie B. Walton, a U.S. District Court judge for the District of Columbia, wrote in a 66-page opinion that the ...
ACICS appealed the department's decision and challenged it in court, and the Trump administration backed its predecessor's ruling in a May 2017 court filing. But in his ruling Friday, Senior Judge Reggie B. Walton -- while rejecting a majority of the agency's claims -- found enough flaws in the government's ...
On 22 December 2016, Judge Reggie Walton from the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia granted summary judgment for the defendants and found that CLO managers fell into the definition of "securitizers". The LSTA appealed and after the hearing that took place in October 2017 the U.S. Court ...

U.S. Circuit Judge Harry T. Edwards questioned the “weird charade” that saw the district court dismiss the Washington Alliance of Technology Workers' lawsuit ... But he seemed more concerned with the government's defense of U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton's findings last year that the challenger didn't ...
Law360 (February 16, 2018, 8:06 PM EST) -- U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton found himself in a difficult position last month, caught between the obligation for a speedy government response to a Freedom of Information Act request and the strain federal agencies and courts are under as FOIA litigation surges under the ...
In December 2016, U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton dismissed the suit, saying the SEC and other agencies behind the rule had acted fairly in ... But the circuit judges ruled CLO managers “do not hold the securitized loans at any point,” meaning they can't retain a portion of something they never held.
In a lawsuit involving True the Vote, Judge Reggie B. Walton of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ordered the IRS last week to release the names of employees involved in targeting conservative and Tea Party groups. Walton also told the IRS to explain why groups were targeted and search ...
Information that is submitted by the government is 50, 60, 70 pages or more. And obviously you have to read more information to familiarize yourself with what the government is requesting. CNN: What was your top concern as the FISA Court's chief judge? National security or civil liberties? Walton: I think it's ...
But in his ruling Friday, Senior Judge Reggie B. Walton -- while rejecting a majority of the agency's claims -- found enough flaws in the government's review of the case to order a new hearing. The crux of the 66-page ruling is that the Education Department violated the Administrative Procedures Act, the ...
After the decision by District Court Judge Reggie Walton, the Department of Education will be tasked with reviewing additional documents that the judge found were improperly overlooked in 2016. And the order issued by DeVos last week laid out additional details for that review process that will mean the ...
In the end, U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton said Libby's lies in the Valerie Plame affair outweighed his public service, from the Cold War to the Iraq war. Walton sentenced Cheney's former chief of staff to 2½ years in prison for lying and obstructing the CIA leak investigation — the probe that showed a ...


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