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COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

JAMES 0. EASTLAND, Mississippi, Chairman ESTES KEFAUVER, Tennessee

ALEXANDER WILEY, Wisconsin OLIN D. JOHNSTON, South Carolina

EVERETT MCKINLEY DIRKSEN, Illinois JOHN L. MCCLELLAN, Arkansas

ROMAN L. HRUSKA, Nebraska SAM J. ERVIN, JR., North Carolina

KENNETH B. KEATING, New York JOHN A. CARROLL, Colorado

HIRAM L. FONG, Hawaii
THOMAS J. DODD, Connecticut

HUGH SCOTT, Pennsylvania
PHILIP A. HART, Michigan
EDWARD V. LONG, Missouri

R-V.S. 26 763

CONTENTS

Statement of -

Page

Hon. Robert F. Kennedy, Attorney General of the United States,

accompanied by Herbert J. Miller, Assistant Attorney General,

Criminal Division, Department of Justice-

Paul S. Berger, president, Washington chapter, American Jewish

Congress.

95

Francis Biddle, former Attorney General of the United States

289

Andrew J. Biemiller, director, Department of Legislation, AFL-CIO.. 111

Brendon Byrne, district attorney, Essex County, N.J.--

250
James Carey, president, International Union of Electrical, Radio &

Machine Workers, AFL-CIO, as presented by Edmond F. Rovner-- 86
John T. Çasey, president, New York State District Attorneys Asso-
ciation and district attorney of Rensselaer County, N.Y---

193

David Clurman, special assistant attorney general, New York.

255

James H. DeWeese, president, National District Attorneys Associa-

tion, Miami, Ohio.

168

John D. Fauntleroy, attorney at law, representing American Vet-
erans Committee-

131
Edwin L. Gasperini, chairman, Committee on Federal Legislation,
Association of the Bar of the City of New York.-

325

Frank S. Hogan, district attorney, New York County-

172

Alan Hunt, Religious Society of Friends..

116
Richard Kuh, secretary, New York State District Attorneys Asso-
ciation.

284 v

Myles J. Lane, chairman, New York State Commission of Investi-

gation..

198

Joseph Laurano, chief assistant district attorney, Suffolk County,

Mass...

279

Dan H. McCullough, National Association of Defense Lawyers in

Criminal Cases---

311

Robert B. McKay, professor of law, New York University -

348

Capt. C. W. Magha, chief, Investigation Division, Maryland State

Police

282

Leonard Mellon, chief assistant attorney general, State of Florida--- 216

Daniel B. Michie, president, National Association of Citizens' Crime

Commission and president, Crime Commission of Philadelphia,

Pacard

205

Keith Mossman, vice president, National District Attorneys' Asso-

ciation.-

261

Frank H. Newell III, State's attorney of Baltimore County, Md.- 213
Judge Ferdinand Pecora, attorney at law, New York, N.Y.-

303
Orlan L. Prestegard, Readstown, Wis---

83, 134
Joseph L. Rauh, Jr., attorney at law, representing Americans for
Democratic Action.--.

121
Leonard E. Reisman, deputy commissioner of police, New York City
Police Department.

265

Anthony P. Savarese, Jr., Assemblyman, Queens County, N.Y.,

chairman, New York Joint Legislative Committee on Privacy of

Communications.---

78

Whitney North Seymour, Jr., chairman, Committee on Civil Rights,

New York County Lawyers Association..

362

Edward S. Silver, Kings County, N.Y., district attorney-

218
Lawrence Speiser, director, Washington office, American Civil Liber-
ties Union.

47

194

258

164

135

286

275
120

Statement of-Continued

Daniel P. Sullivan, operating director, Crime Commission of Greater

Miami, Fla.

Quinn Tamm, director, Field Service Division, International Associ-

ation of Chiefs of Police.-

Maj. Leslie W. Williams, executive officer, Connecticut State police..

Sidney Zagri, legislative counsel, International Brotherhood of

Teamsters

Statement submitted by-

John C. Cheasty, representing the Society of Professional Investi-

gators.

Thomas F. Eagleton, attorney general of Missouri.

Ralph G. Murdy, managing director, Baltimore, Md., Criminal

Justice Commission.

0. W. Wilson, superintendent, Chicago Police Department -
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.--

EXHIBITS

Copy of the bill S. 2813..

Copy of the bill S. 1495.

The following exhibits were submitted for the record by Mr. Zagri, legisla-

tive counsel, International Brotherhood of Teamsters:

Exhibit A: Indictment, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ala-

bama, southern division, No. 15080, U.S.A. v. Local 612, Interna-

tional Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers

of America

Exhibit B: “Hobbs Act Cases Applied to Trade Union Representa-

tives”.

Exhibit C: “Wiretapping Is an Invasion of the Rights Secured by the

Fourth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States”.

Telegram dated May 10, 1962 addressed to Hon. James O. Eastland from

J. Joseph Nugent, attorney general, State of Rhode Island..

Indictment, court of general sessions, county of New York, No. 180-1/2-

1960, The People of the State of New York v. Joseph Russo et al., Defend-

ants, as submitted by Frank S. Hogan.-

"Is the Public Getting 'Due Process'?” Address of Edward S. Silver,

Brooklyn, N.Y., district attorney, Kings County, before American Bar

Association, St. Louis, Mo., August 9, 1961.--

Letter dated May 7, 1962, addressed to Hon. James 0. Eastland from

Walter Gellhorn, Betts professor of law, Columbia University, N.Y.

Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Committee on Federal

Legislation-Report on wiretap control bill proposed by the Department

of Justice

Report on S. 2813 as prepared by the Bill of Rights Committee of the Bar

of the City of New York..

Dates of hearings:

March 29, 1962.

April 4, 1962

April 5, 1962.

April 6, 1962

May 10, 1962

May 17, 1962

May 24, 1962

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